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SQL Anywhere 10.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Transport-Layer Security » Encrypting SQL Anywhere client/server communications » Configuring client applications to use transport-layer security

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Client security options

Clients use a set of encryption connection parameters for transport-layer security.

Trusted_certificates parameter

This is the only required parameter. Clients use the trusted_certificates encryption connection parameter to specify trusted database server certificates. The trusted certificate can be a server's self-signed certificate, a public enterprise root certificate, or a certificate belonging to a commercial Certificate Authority.

For more information, see Creating digital certificates.

Verifying certificate fields

The certificate_company, certificate_unit, and certificate_name encryption protocol options are used to verify certificate fields, an important step for server authentication. It is strongly recommended that you verify certificate fields if you are using a third-party Certificate Authority to globally sign certificates.

For more information about verifying certificate fields, see Verifying certificate fields.