Installation and usage of the platform
gRPC: retrieving certificates¶
To request a certificate from a node certificate store use the PkiPublicService service methods. The methods are described in the pki_public_service.proto file.
PkiPublicService methods cannot be used in the opensource version of the platform.
With these methods you can retrieve a certificate by different fields:
GetCertificateByDn(CertByDNRequest) – retrieve a certificate by its
GetCertificateByDnHash(CertByDNHashRequest) – retrieve a certificate by its
GetCertificateByPublicKey(CertByPublicKeyRequest) – retrieve a certificate by its
GetCertificateByFingerprint(CertByFingerprintRequest) – retrieve a certificate by its
In the request, these methods take the value of the corresponding certificate field and, optionally, the
plainText parameter, which determines the format of the response.
If the certificate exists, the node returns the certificate in DER format (as it is recorded in the node certificate store) in the response of each of these methods. If the
plainText parameter in the method request is set to
true, then the certificate is returned in plainText format.
If no such certificate exists, then each of these methods returns an error.
Authorization of methods for obtaining certificates¶
In case of API-KEY, authorization is not required.
In case of OAuth2 authorization, the
user role in JWT token is required.
Retrieving a certificate by its DN¶
The GetCertificateByDn(CertByDNRequest) method returns the certificate by its distinguished name stored in the
Retrieving a certificate by its DN hash¶
The GetCertificateByDnHash(CertByDNHashRequest) method returns the certificate by SHA-1 hash (Keccak) from the
DN certificate field.
Retrieving a certificate by its public key¶
The GetCertificateByPublicKey(CertByPublicKeyRequest) method returns the certificate by its public key stored in the
Retrieving a certificate by its fingerprint¶
The GetCertificateByFingerprint(CertByFingerprintRequest) method returns the certificate by its SHA-1 fingerprint stored in its