Sends a Certificate Exchange Messaging (CEM) request.
def send_cem_request(request_id: str) -> None: ...
This method send the Certificate Exchange Messaging (CEM) request with the details specified in cem_details.
Certificate Exchange Messaging (CEM) allows for new certificates to be sent to a recipient and be automatically updated. This removes the requirement to manually send new certificates to a partner via email or other means. When both sides support this functionality updating certificates can be accomplished in a short period of time.
To prepare a CEM request populate the cem_details collection with at least one certificate. For instance if the certificate of the application will be updated soon, the cem_details may be populated with the corresponding public certificate to be sent to your partner. cem_details should only contain public certificates.
Set cem_respond_by_date to the date by which you expect a response. The format is of the XML standard dateTime type expressed in local time with UTC offset. For instance: "2005-08-31T00:21:00-05:00".
Optionally set cem_cert_id to a friendly identifier that the partner may use to help understand the purpose of the new certificate. For instance "New.Encryption.Cert.2014".
Set cem_response_url to the publicly accessible URL where the CEM response will be sent after the partner processes it.
The RequestId parameter uniquely identifies this CEM request and must be saved for use later when receiving the CEM response.
When calling this method the applicable cem_details properties are: