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Unfortunately, current Symphony (including upto 7.2.1) doesn't support importing an external certificate for WSG service. We encourage to raise an RFE as soon as possible so that IBM dev will start implement accordingly.
While my colleague already verified WSG service doesn't work with an external certificate (Symphony's WSG logic is to only read private keys from server.pem & dh512.pem and reads built-in certificate in code internal level while no parameter available like CERTIFICATE=ext.pem), what may possible is enable SSL to use built-in certificate and its private key located under $EGO_CONFDIR/server.pem & dh512.pem (They are generated prior to Symphony release and shipped within product). Please be advised that, once SSL is enabled, non-SSL connections will be no longer accepted by WSG service, only SSL secure connections are allowed.
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