Description of problem:
The xml output on cert requests has dramatically changed and IPA no longer recognizes the output.
I've duplicated this on F-14 and F-15 systems while doing some other testing for Ade Lee using some custom packages.
On the working system all packages are:
The non-working system has that plus:
Nothing has changed on the IPA side related to requesting certificates through dogtag in months. We make a request to https://foo.example.com:9444/ca/ee/ca/profileSubmitSSLClient with a post of'xml=true&profileId=caIPAserviceCert&cert_request=---- ... -----&cert_request_type=pkcs10'
The working server returns data that looks like:
The non-working server returns it as:
Certificate Pretty Print
Replicated on Fedora 15 with only 9.0.10-1 packages installed.
Created attachment 516923 [details]
Comment on attachment 516923 [details]
remove the CMS.debug() .. on line 435. It is not needed.
svn commit pki/base/common/src/com/netscape/cms/servlet/profile/ProfileSubmitServlet.java
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 2115.
This bug is a blocker for IPA release. Please provide the build ASAP.
FYI. per RT #119098, I have built pki-core-9.0.11-1.fc15 which addresses this issue.
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