Converting cert to pem in google app engine

Posted on 2012-09-10
Last Modified: 2013-11-19
Dear Experts

Im currently testing google app Engine to create a test site, Im trying to sign the site with a SSL cert, and Im getting problem with it, I tried with openssl to create a self signed cert, it worked fine, I now trying to get a real cert work with the site, it doesnt work anymore.

The thing is google app Engine require you to load PEM format cert with unencrypted public and private key, the cert i bought from Geotrust got format: test.csr and test.key, I tried to rename those two files to .pem, not working to upload the cert the error I got is:

The both private/public keys should be in unencrypted PEM format.

Anyone know how i can get this working?
Question by:Handersson75
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    Fixed by rebought a expensive cert...
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