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Does the CommonCryptoLib as used with 17.0.10 make use of the operating system certificate store by default?

I'm asking since with 17.0.10.5923 I do get a successful connection to a self-signed HTTPS web server even if I do not specify any CERTIFICATE clause in the web function definition at all. I have the impression this works as if I had added "CERTIFICATE FILE=*", which would tell the database engine to access the OS cert store...

asked 07 Nov, 10:21

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Any feedback would be appreciated. Unfortunately, although the SAP CommonCryptoLib is heavily used, I do not have found anything answering my question...

(18 Nov, 09:21) Volker Barth
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