CertCentral Report Library now available
We are happy to announce the CertCentral Report Library is now available for CertCentral Enterprise and CertCentral Partner.* The Report Library is a powerful reporting tool that allows you to download more than 1000 records at a time. Use the Report Library to build, schedule, organize, and export reports to share and reuse.
The Report Library includes six customizable reports: Orders, Organizations, Balance history, Audit log, Domains, and Fully qualified domain names (FQDN). When building reports, you control the details and information that appear in the report, configure the columns and column order, schedule how often you want the report to run (once, weekly, or monthly), and choose the report format (CSV, JSON, or Excel). In addition, you receive notices when the report is ready for download in your account.
To build your first report:
To learn more about building reports:
*Note: Don't see the Report Library in your account? Contact your account manager or our support team for help.
CertCentral Report Library API also available
We're pleased to announce the release of the CertCentral Report Library API! This new API service makes it possible to leverage key features of the Report Library in your CertCentral API integrations, including building reports and downloading report results*.
See our Report Library API documentation to learn more about including the Report Library in your API integrations.
*Note: To use the CertCentral Report Library API, Report Library must be enabled for your CertCentral account. For help activating the Report Library, contact your account manager or our support team.
Bugfix: Unique organization name check did not include assumed name
We updated our unique organization name check to include the assumed name (doing business as name) when creating an organization.
Before, in CertCentral and the CertCentral Services API, when you tried to create an organization with the same name as an existing organization, we returned an error and would not let you create the organization, even if the assumed name (DBA) was different.
Now, when you create an organization, we include the assumed name in the unique organization check. Therefore, you can create organizations with the same name, as long as each organization has a unique assumed name.
In CertCentral and the CertCentral Services API, you can create an organization to submit for prevalidation or when you order a TLS/SSL certificate. This change applies to both processes.
CertCentral: DigiCert now issues client certificates from the DigiCert Assured ID Client CA G2 intermediate CA certificate
To remain compliant with industry standards, DigiCert had to replace the intermediate CA (ICA) certificate used to issue CertCentral client certificates.
CertCentral client certificate profiles that used the DigiCert SHA2 Assured ID CA intermediate CA certificate now use the DigiCert Assured ID Client CA G2 intermediate CA certificate. This change also changes the root certificate from DigiCert Assured ID Root CA to DigiCert Assured ID Root G2.
Old ICA and root certificates
New ICA and root certificates
Do you still need your client certificate to chain to the DigiCert Assured ID Root CA certificate? Contact your account representative or DigiCert Support.
We added two new features to the Expiring Certificates page (in the sidebar, click Certificates > Expiring Certificates), making it easier to manage renewal notifications for your expiring certificates.
First, we added a Renewal Notices column with an interactive check box. Use this check box to enable or disable renewal notices for an expiring certificate.
Second, we added two Renewal Notices filters: Disabled and Enabled. These filters allow you to see only the certificate orders with renewal notices enabled or disabled.
Now, when you call the List keys and Get key info endpoints, we return the name of the organization (organization_name) associated with the ACME certificate order in the response.