file.cert.expiration
file.cert.expiration

file.cert.expiration

This command retrieves the certificate expiration information.

Getvar

To return the file expiration certificate information:
! U1 getvar "file.cert.expiration"
Result
A file with the service name, file name and date of expiration for every certificate in use.
Example
In this example, the
getvar
command returns the certificate expiration information for each communication service (SHA1, WLAN, TLS, WebLink, etc).
! U1 getvar "file.cert.expiration" [{"service":"SHA1","file":"SHA1_DEVICE","end_date":"2027-07-09"}, {"service":"SHA2","file":"SHA2_DEVICE","end_date":"2037-11-22"}, {"service":"WLAN","file":"CERTCLN.NRD","end_date":"2019-06-22"}, {"service":"WIRED","file":null,"end_date":null}, {"service":"WEBLINK1","file":"WEBLINK1_CERT.NRD","end_date":"2096-01-02"}, {"service":"WEBLINK2","file":null,"end_date":null}, {"service":"TLSRAW","file":null," end_date":null}, {"service":"HTTPS","file":"HTTPS_CERT.NRD","end_date":"2020-03-14"}]
In the example above, the command returns the service name, file name and date of expiration for every certificate in use. The expiration date is in the YYYY-MM-DD format. The certificates that are not provided by the user are listed as SHA_2 or SHA_1 DEVICE as they are available in the Zebra certificate directory. The printer returns the certificate file information even for not enabled services. If a certificate is not in use for a particular service, the command returns a null value.
  • This command is not displayed in an ALLCV or JSON allconfig as per the SW request as the JSON SGD is not compatible with the SDK.
  • The command only works with certificate files in use by a service. This command does not work with CA, KEY, CSR, or any other files.