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I have deployed my Sitecore 9.0.1 solution in Azure PaaS with Self Signed Certificate.I can't add contacts in List Manager and when I view the Experience Profile, I always get "An error has occurred." My Solr is also not getting any data.

I have tried the following:

  1. Disable all the Azure config in xconnect root
  2. Enable all the Solr Index writer and even added the solr core in connection strings
  3. Added AllowInvalidClientCertificates="true" in connectionstrings.config
  4. Restarted and Rebuild the XConnectSearchIndexer.exe

The logs say this:

  1. Certificate was not found Certificate was not found
  2. Could not establish trust relationship enter image description here

Is there any other options to have my self signed certificate work other than getting SSL Certificate from a trusted vendor? It will be of great help, if anybody can suggest some thoughts/documentations on it. Thanks

marked as duplicate by Mark Cassidy Feb 12 '18 at 12:43

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  • @SitecoreClimber I did what is stated there. But still having those errors above and not getting any data in Solr. – ZQuiray Feb 12 '18 at 12:36
  • Looks like you are trying to connect to XConnect from your local machine. Is that correct? – Mark Cassidy Feb 12 '18 at 12:41
  • Closing this as a duplicate. If the original answer needs more detail, please work with @SitecoreClimber in the context of that question, instead of a new one. It just dillutes the overall value of the site. – Mark Cassidy Feb 12 '18 at 12:43
  • @MarkCassidy yes. Both xconnect and sitecore are in Azure Web App. and also establishing connection between xconnect and solr. – ZQuiray Feb 12 '18 at 12:44
  • Yep. Well sounds more like you need interactive debugging, not really appropriate for the format. Starting the xConnect search indexer from D:\Home however, suggests to me you're trying to connect locally to your Azure xconnect. Which is covered in the original question. Otherwise find us on Slack. – Mark Cassidy Feb 12 '18 at 12:45

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