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Certificate Delete

V6.0.10

The Certificate Delete API deletes a SSL/TLS certificate.

Authorization

An access token must be acquired to make requests to the API. Please follow the instructions in the link below to acquire the token.

Access Token

Subscription Id

Each request must include the Subscription Id of the user’s subscription in the RCL Portal as a parameter in the request url. You can acquire the Subscription Id in the Subscription Details section in the RCL Portal.

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  • Scroll down and copy the ‘Subscription Id’

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Base URI

The base URI for the RCL Core API is :

https://rclapi.azure-api.net

API Endpoint and Method

The endpoint for the Certificate Delete API is :

/production/ssl/core/v1/certificate/subscription/{subscriptionid}/delete

where the placeholder : {subscriptionid} is the Subscription Id of the user’s subscription in the RCL Portal.

A DELETE request must be made to the endpoint.

Request Parameter

The the name of the certificate must be included in a parameter named name in the request url.

Example Request

DELETE /production/ssl/core/v1/certificate/subscription/subscr9836/delete?name=www.shopeneur.com HTTP/1.1
Host: rclapi.azure-api.net
Authorization: Bearer eyJ0eXAiOi...ygSQ

Response

200 Ok

This represents success in making an authorized request to the RCL Core API. The certificate has been successfully deleted.

401 Unauthorized

The authorization failed for the request. Check the body of the response for additional error details in text/plain format.

400 Bad Request

An error occurred while processing the request. Check the body of the response for additional error details in text/plain format.