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Support for the SAN attribute in the CSR request when using wsadmin or the WAS admin console.
We want to be able to use the SAN attribute in PKI keys/certificates. This is needed to pass host verification during the TLS handshake if the certificate is to be used by processes on different hosts, e.g., multiple WAS application server processes. When creating the CSR the SAN attribute is not exposed in the WAS admin console as part of what is specified for the CSR. Nor is there a way to create a CSR with a SAN attribute value defined using wsadmin.
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