Install Entrust ssl chain certificate apache 2 – Red Hat Configuration

In order to install successfully a chain certificate (in my environment it was issued by Entrust) on a Red hat you should edit the following entries in the /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf apache file.

After the changes you should restart apache so that the changes take place. Keep in mind that if the certificate is password protected, you will be asked for an ssl passphrase that you should provide in order for the restart to be completed.

You can ensure that the certificate is installed successfully by using the following command:

Your response should look like:

 

 

Query Azure Easy Tables with Postman

There is an easy way to interact with Easy Tables on Azure when you want to test things.

 

You can use a program like postman and create a post request for your table. For example if your table is named users, you should use users after tables/

 

 

I was testing some requests and I was dealing an exception and I figured that the request should contain the following things.

In the headers is necessary to add Content-Type and Zumo-Api-Version.

 

 

After that you should easily send your post request by selecting raw in the body section.