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GET Certificate List

The Certificate List API will get a list of TLS/SSL certificates in a user’s subscription from the RCL Portal.

Try it in the Developer’s Portal

You can try out this API in the RCL API Portal .

Making the request

To make the request, follow these steps:

  • Include an Access Token in the Authorization Header
  • Make a GET request to the Certificate List endpoint

Certificate List Endpoint

The API endpoint for the Certificate List API is

https://letsencryptapi.azure-api.net/api/v2/CertificateList

Access Token

Obtain an Access Token to make the request. Include the token in the Authorization header as a Bearer token.

Please follow the instructions in this link to obtain the Access Token:

Example GET Request

GET /api/v2/CertificateList HTTP/1.1
Host: letsencryptapi.azure-api.net
Authorization: Bearer eyJ0eXAiO ... 0X2tnSQLEANnSPHY0gKcgw

Response

A successful response will indicate a 200 OK status. An array of CertificateResponse objects will be returned.

Sample Response

[
    {
        "id":158,
        "name":"contoso.com",
        "issueDate":"2021-01-30T01:04:32.1430009",
        "expiryDate":"2021-04-30T01:04:32.1430019",
        "remoteCreateDate":"2021-01-30T00:00:00",
        "target":"Azure DNS",
        "renewal":"Automatic",
        "pemUri":"https://azure-storage/pem",
        "pfxUri":"https://azure-storage/pfx",
        "crtUri":"https://azure-storage/crt",
        "cerUri":"https://azure-storage/cer",
        "privateKeyUri":"https://azure-storage/pvtkey",
        "certificateUri":"https://azure-storage/cert",
        "intermediateCertificateUri":"https://azure-storage/ca",
        "fullChainCertificateUri":"https://azure-storage/full"
    }
]