Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Documentation

Download the JKS Wallet for an Autonomous Database

The JKS wallet that you need for registering your Autonomous Database is included in a client credentials ZIP file, which you can download from the Autonomous Data Warehouse Console or Autonomous Transaction Processing Console.

During this task, make note of the Oracle Cloud Identifier (OCID) for your Autonomous Database, the wallet password, and the host name, port number, service name, and server distinguished name for your Autonomous Database. In addition to the actual JKS wallet, you need these values to register your Autonomous Database.
To download the JKS wallet for your Autonomous Database:
  1. Sign in to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
  2. From the menu, select Autonomous Data Warehouse or Autonomous Transaction Processing, depending on the type of Autonomous Database that you have.
  3. In the Autonomous Data Warehouse Console or Autonomous Transaction Processing Console, click the name of your Autonomous Database.
  4. Make note of the OCID for your Autonomous Database. You need this value to register your Autonomous Database.
  5. Click the DB Connection tab.
    The Database Connection dialog box is displayed.
  6. In the Download Client Credentials (Wallet) section, click Download.
  7. In the PASSWORD and CONFIRM PASSWORD fields, enter a new password for the wallet.
    The password must be from 8 through 60 characters long and contain at least 1 alphabetic and 1 numeric character.
    Make note of your wallet password because you need it to register the Autonomous Database in the Oracle Data Safe Console.
  8. Click Download.
  9. In the Opening Wallet_* dialog box, leave Save File selected to save the ZIP file (named, for example, Wallet_DB201905291542.zip), and then click OK. Browse to the directory where you want to save the file, and click Save.
  10. Extract the ZIP file. The following files are included:
    • cwallet.sso
    • ewallet.p12
    • keystore.jks
    • ojdbc.properties
    • sqlnet.ora
    • tnsnames.ora
    • truststore.jks

    When you register the Autonomous Database in Oracle Data Safe, you can upload the JKS files (keystore.jks and truststore.jks). The JKS wallet is a password-protected wallet type.

  11. Open the tnsnames.ora file with a text editor (for example, NotePad), and make note of the connect string values listed in the following table. You need this information to register your Autonomous Database.
    Value Description
    host Host name of your Autonomous Database
    port Port number for your Autonomous Database
    service_name Service name of your Autonomous Database
    ssl_server_cert_dn Server distinguished name