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3263963 - How secure are self-signed certificate while using Oauth authentication and how to get signed certificate.

Symptom

You are setting up the certificate integration for the standard integrations in CPI to use OAuth instead of the basic authentication.

Your internal security policy dictates that, should not use self-signed certificates when connecting between systems. Noticed that in the configurations for the interface connectors we are forced to use a self-signed certificate in CPI. Note 3043427

Is there a way to use a signed certificate to connect between CPI and SuccessFactors using the OAuth authentication method?


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Environment

  • SAP SuccessFactors HXM Suite
    • Cloud Platform Integration (CPI)

Product

SAP SuccessFactors HXM Suite 2211

Keywords

signed certificate, self-signed certificate, Oauth authentication, CPI, standard integrations, X509 certificate, SSL, HTTP connection.  , KBA , LOD-SF-INT-CPI , Standard SF to 3rd Party CPI (HCI) Content , LOD-SF-INT-ODATA-OAU , ODATA OAUTH Authentication , How To

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