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OpenEdge Authentication Gateway Guide
Reference entries : OpenEdge Authentication Gateway utilities : STS Key Utility : stskeyutil keytest utility
stskeyutil keytest utility
Tests access to an existing STS Client Key file.
stskeyutil keytest -url sts-url
    [ -info | -seal -file name ]
[ -node node-name ]
[ common-options ]

-url sts-url
Specify the STS server's url in the format: https://<host>[:port]/[web-app].
Display client key information.
-seal -file name
Validate the client STS key's domain access code, by supplying the server STS key file in name.
-node node-name
Display the STS Client Key filepath for the cluster node named node-name.
An administrator may test an OpenEdge installation’s ability to decrypt and use an STS Client Key file using stskeyutil keytest. Run this utility, entering the OpenEdge STS server’s URL on the command line. Output to stdout displays success or failure information.
When the OpenEdge STS server is running in a clustered environment it may not always be possible to test each node's STS Client Key by logging directly into each node and executing stskeyutil keytest. To enable testing a STS Client Key for each cluster node an administrator may follow this process:
*Obtain each cluster node's node-name (found using the UNIX uname -n)
*Log in to the active cluster node as the OpenEdge administrator, and executestskeyutil keytest for the current cluster node
*Execute stskeyutil keytest once for each additional cluster node, adding -node node-name to the command line