BACKUP CERTIFICATE

Export a certificate to a file.

Syntax:
      BACKUP CERTIFICATE certname TO FILE = 'pathname'
	      [ WITH PRIVATE KEY 
           ( 
            FILE = 'path_to_private_key_file' ,
            ENCRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'encryption_password'
            [ , DECRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'decryption_password' ] 
            ) 
         ]

If the private key is encrypted with a password in the database, then that decryption password must be specified.
When you back up the private key to a file, encryption is required.

Example

  BACKUP CERTIFICATE MyCert TO FILE = 'c:\certs\MyCert'
    WITH PRIVATE KEY ( FILE = 'c:\keys\Mykey' , 
	 ENCRYPTION BY PASSWORD = 'thisisa1ongpassw0rd' );
  GO

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Related Commands:

CREATE CERTIFICATE
ALTER CERTIFICATE
DROP CERTIFICATE

Equivalent Oracle commands:

Oracle Wallet:
ALTER SYSTEM SET ENCRYPTION KEY..
ALTER SYSTEM SET WALLET..


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