Search the Aria Knowledgebase for
User Documentation, APIs, SDKs, and more!



 

Home > Aria6 User Documentation > Configuration > Two-Way SSL Certificates

Two-Way SSL Certificates

Overview

Two-way SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certification can be created when connecting to Aria, in addition to the ability to use IP whitelisting, as a security measure for connections from third-party applications. This support for two-way SSL-based authentication includes the following features:

  • The ability to manage third-party SSL certificates in Aria.
  • The validation of SSL certificate(s) during connections from third-party applications.

This documentation provides the prerequisites and steps for managing your SSL certificates in Aria.

If you are not using two-way SSL, see Aria6 APIs or Aria Crescendo APIs for the correct endpoint URLs.

To successfully complete SSL authentication, you will need to configure your applications that use two-way SSL and call Aria APIs to:

  • send the correct certificate to Aria; and
  • point to the correct URL listed below for the environment in which each application is running:
Environment URLs for each API Category
Stage Future US
(United States)

Core API:

https://api.ariasystems.net/api/ws/api_ws_class_dispatcher.php

Object Query API:

https://api.future.stage.ariasystems.net/api/AriaQuery/objects.php

Admintools API:

https://api.future.stage.ariasystems.net/AdminTools/Dispatcher.php
Stage Future AUS (Australia)

Core API:

https://api.future.stage.aus.ariasystems.net/api/ws/api_ws_class_dispatcher.php

Object Query API:

https://api.future.stage.aus.ariasystems.net/api/AriaQuery/objects.php

Admintools API:

https://api.future.stage.aus.ariasystems.net/AdminTools/Dispatcher.php
Stage Future EUR (Europe)

Core API:

https://api.future.stage.cph.ariasystems.net/api/ws/api_ws_class_dispatcher.php

Object Query API:

https://api.future.stage.cph.ariasystems.net/api/AriaQuery/objects.php

Admintools API:

https://api.future.stage.cph.ariasystems.net/AdminTools/Dispatcher.php
Stage Current US

Core API:

https://api.current.stage.ariasystems.net/api/ws/api_ws_class_dispatcher.php

Object Query API:

https://api.current.stage.ariasystems.net/api/AriaQuery/objects.php

Admintools API:

https://api.current.stage.ariasystems.net/AdminTools/Dispatcher.php
Stage Current AUS

Core API:

https://api.current.stage.aus.ariasystems.net/api/ws/api_ws_class_dispatcher.php

Object Query API:

https://api.current.stage.aus.ariasystems.net/api/AriaQuery/objects.php

Admintools API:

https://api.current.stage.aus.ariasystems.net/AdminTools/Dispatcher.php
Stage Current EUR

Core API:

https://api.current.stage.cph.ariasystems.net/api/ws/api_ws_class_dispatcher.php

Object Query API:

https://api.current.stage.cph.ariasystems.net/api/AriaQuery/objects.php

Admintools API:

https://api.current.stage.cph.ariasystems.net/AdminTools/Dispatcher.php
Production US

Core API:

https://api.ariasystems.net/api/ws/api_ws_class_dispatcher.php

Object Query API:

https://api.ariasystems.net/api/AriaQuery/objects.php

Admintools API:

https://api.ariasystems.net/AdminTools/Dispatcher.php
Production AUS

Core API:

https://api.prod.aus.ariasystems.net/api/ws/api_ws_class_dispatcher.php

Object Query API:

https://api.prod.aus.ariasystems.net/api/AriaQuery/objects.php

Admintools API:

https://api.prod.aus.ariasystems.net/AdminTools/Dispatcher.php
Production EU

Core API:

https://api.prod.cph.ariasystems.net/api/ws/api_ws_class_dispatcher.php

Object Query API:

https://api.prod.cph.ariasystems.net/api/AriaQuery/objects.php

Admintools API:

https://api.prod.cph.ariasystems.net/AdminTools/Dispatcher.php

Additionally, Aria provides two API URLs to accept an SSL certificate for ARC/VIE (virtual inventory). These URLs are available in the US in the production, Stage Future, and Stage Current environments:

  • https://api.ariasystems.net/vie/maintenance.php
    
  • https://api.ariasystems.net/vie/transaction.php

Prerequisites 

To enable two-way SSL in Aria, complete these prerequisite steps:

Getting Here: Click Configuration > Client Settings > Miscellaneous Settings

  1. Select the Use SSL Authentication client parameter.
  2. Select True from the Value drop-down.

The default setting is False.

  1. Click Save.

Create a New SSL Certificate

 

Last modified

Tags

This page has no custom tags.

Classifications

This page has no classifications.