Requesting a certificate - AWS Certificate Manager

Requesting a certificate

The following example shows how to use the RequestCertificate function.

package com.amazonaws.samples; import; import; import; import; import; import; import com.amazonaws.AmazonClientException; import com.amazonaws.auth.profile.ProfileCredentialsProvider; import com.amazonaws.auth.AWSStaticCredentialsProvider; import com.amazonaws.auth.AWSCredentials; import com.amazonaws.regions.Regions; import java.util.ArrayList; /** * This sample demonstrates how to use the RequestCertificate function in the AWS Certificate * Manager service. * * Input parameters: * DomainName - FQDN of your site. * DomainValidationOptions - Domain name for email validation. * IdempotencyToken - Distinguishes between calls to RequestCertificate. * SubjectAlternativeNames - Additional FQDNs for the subject alternative names extension. * * Output parameter: * Certificate ARN - The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the certificate you requested. * */ public class AWSCertificateManagerExample { public static void main(String[] args) { // Retrieve your credentials from the C:\Users\name\.aws\credentials file in Windows // or the ~/.aws/credentials file in Linux. AWSCredentials credentials = null; try { credentials = new ProfileCredentialsProvider().getCredentials(); } catch (Exception ex) { throw new AmazonClientException("Cannot load your credentials from file.", ex); } // Create a client. AWSCertificateManager client = AWSCertificateManagerClientBuilder.standard() .withRegion(Regions.US_EAST_1) .withCredentials(new AWSStaticCredentialsProvider(credentials)) .build(); // Specify a SAN. ArrayList<String> san = new ArrayList<String>(); san.add(""); // Create a request object and set the input parameters. RequestCertificateRequest req = new RequestCertificateRequest(); req.setDomainName(""); req.setIdempotencyToken("1Aq25pTy"); req.setSubjectAlternativeNames(san); // Create a result object and display the certificate ARN. RequestCertificateResult result = null; try { result = client.requestCertificate(req); } catch(InvalidDomainValidationOptionsException ex) { throw ex; } catch(LimitExceededException ex) { throw ex; } // Display the ARN. System.out.println(result); } }

The preceding sample creates output similar to the following.

{CertificateArn: arn:aws:acm:region:account:certificate/12345678-1234-1234-1234-123456789012}