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This document describes the management of X.509 certificates in the context of OpenID Connect.
ComponentSpace OpenID Connect for ASP.NET Core Certificate Guide

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ComponentSpace - 7/29/2022
This document describes the management of X.509 certificates in the context of OpenID Connect.
ComponentSpace OpenID Connect for ASP.NET Core Certificate Guide

Hi,

I'm trying to generate the certificate using the tool in the archive:
SAMLv20.Core-licensed.zip/SAMLv20-licensed.zip

But all of them return the following exception:
The string contains an invalid X500 name attribute key, oid, value or delimiter.

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The certificate subject name must be in the form of a distinguished name (DN).

For example, "CN=test" is a valid DN whereas "test" isn't.

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ComponentSpace - 11/21/2022
The certificate subject name must be in the form of a distinguished name (DN).

For example, "CN=test" is a valid DN whereas "test" isn't.

Thanks a lot, my fail =)
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You're not the first person to do this.  :-)

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