sceplist - display SCEP requests of a given status
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Sceplist displays lists of SCEP requests of a given status
either as plain text or as HTML. Sorting can be performed on
various attributes of a request, and it is possible to only
display a range of requests based on the same key.
-d increase the debug level by one.
-h display the results of the query in HTML format instead
of plain text.
-c display date strings in the usual BR ctime (3) format
instead of the ASN1 time string.
Requests of differnt status are lists depending on the fol-
-p displays pending requests. This is the default, and the
-p flag can be omitted.
-g lists granted requests, not including certificates that
have been revoked in the mean time.
-r lists rejected requests, i.e. requests the were sent in
by clients, but lated denied a certificate by the CA
-v lists revoked requests.
Sceplist is capable of sorting on various attributes of
requests and certificates, based on the following options
-t use the transaction id as the sort key.
-n use the subject distinguished named as the sort key.
-b use the end validity time of the certificate as sort
key (only for certificates and revoked certificates).
-a use the beginning of validity of the certificate as
sort key (only for certificates and revoked certifi-
-s use the certificate serial number as sort key (only for
certificates and revoked certificates).
-x reverse the order of the sort.
The optional arguments can indicate a range of
requests. The selection key is the same as the sort
This page documents sceplist as it appears in version 0.3.8
The list of revoked certificates does currently not list the
revocation date of a revoked certificate. It isn't possible
to sort on the revocation date either
Selection of a range based on serial number has not been
scepgrant(8), scepreject(8), openscep.cnf(5)
Andreas F. Mueller <email@example.com>
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