Cause: Identity Management SSH capabilities allows storage of public user or host SSH keys. However, the keys did not accept OpenSSH-style public key format, i.e. public key type, public key and a comment, but only the public key blob.
Consequence: Identity Management had to guess public key type based on the public key blob, which could have potentially caused an issue in future with new public key types. A comment attached to the public key may be also essential for some deployments.
Fix: Store SSH public keys in extended OpenSSH format.
Result: Stored SSH public keys now contain all required parts, thus making the functionality acceptable in more deployments.