API Module SSL modifySslCertRequest

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Module SSL certificates > Modify Order

Module SSL certificates
Command name modifySslCertRequest
Use Use this call to modify parameters of the order in status PAI or to modify the domain validation settings of an SSL certificate order in the status REQ
  • id
  • approverEmail
  • domainValidationMethods
  • startProvision (0 (default, order won't be sent to CA, will be in status PAI) or 1 (request order in CA))
  • autorenew (on or off (default), available for PAI, REQ, ACT orders, will change value of the autorenew flag)
Parameters that can be sent with startProvision = 0
  • csr
  • softwareId (linux or windows)
  • hostNames
  • organizationHandle
  • technicalHandle
  • signatureHashAlgorithm (sha1 or sha2 (default) for all certificate types. sha256-ecc-full or sha256-ecc-hybrid for Secure Site Pro and Scure Site Pro with EV certificates.)



Using PHP class

$request = new OP_Request;
  ->setAuth(array('username' => 'username', 'password' => 'password'))
    'id' => 5,
    'domainValidationMethods' => array(
        'hostName' => 'openprovider.nl',
        'method' => 'admin@openprovider.nl'


Please note that newlines and leading spaces are added only for readability. Those whitespaces should be excluded from your XML command before sending it to Openprovider.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    < code>0</code>
    <desc />
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