It's logical ;-)
Thank you

Dr Franck ROUSSIA

Dr. Stephen Henson a écrit :
> On Wed, Jan 16, 2008, rfx wrote:
>
>
>> "If i all understood" ;-)
>>
>> I have 2 certificates :
>> - One with "keyusage" as AC Certificate "CertAC.cer"
>> - One with "keyusage" as crl signer Certificate "Cert_crlsigner.cer"
>>
>> But they have the same hash so the name with ".0" extension is the same !!
>> So when the last file copy is "Cert_crlsigner.cer" i have "unable to get
>> issuer certificate" error
>> and when the last file copy is "CertAC.cer" i have "key usage does not
>> include CRL signing" error
>>
>> Is it the reason of my problems ?
>> So how to have different name with the same DN using for the hash ?
>>
>>

>
> If they have the same name then use .1 for one of them.
>
> Steve.
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