Local credentials are private key credentials hosted in Trust Store Management. A local credential identifies where a user’s DES credential is stored. Using Trust Store Management, you can import and manage your local credentials by using, for example, existing PFX files so that you can import, edit, and delete local credentials.
AEM forms support RSA and DSA credentials up to 4096 bits in standard PKCS12 format (.pfx and .p12 files).
You can import and export any number of credentials. If you want to replace an expired credential using the same alias, delete the credential, and then import the new credential with the same alias.
For information and instructions related to Acrobat Reader DC Extensions, see Configuring credentials for use with Acrobat Reader DC Extensions.
In the administration console, click Settings >Trust Store Management > Local Credentials.
Click Import. Under Trust Store Type, select one of these options:
For information about obtaining a credential, see Preparing to Install AEM forms.
In the Alias box, type an identifier for the credential. This identifier is used as the display name for the credential in Acrobat Reader DC Extensions and the Signature service. This alias is also used to access the credential programmatically using the AEM forms SDK.
The alias name is automatically converted to uppercase for display purposes. The alias name is not case-sensitive when you refer to it in a process.
Click Browse to locate the credential, type the password of the credential, and then click OK.
If the error message “Failed to import credential due to either incorrect file format, or incorrect password” appears, verify that the password is valid.
Credentials are exported as P12 files in PKCS#12 format.
After a credential is imported, you can edit its alias name and trust store type.