TM to CT-V
KeySecure Classic is up and running at a supported version. Refer to the KeySecure documentation for details.
A supported version of Tokenization Manager (TM) is configured.
A Java version supported by CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization (CT-V) is installed.
CT-V 8.12.3 onward, IBM Java is no longer supported and, as a consequence, the REST Web services cannot be deployed on IBM WebSphere.
A database version supported by CT-V is installed.
If there is an SSL connection between CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization and the Key Manager, the installed Java should have TLS1.2 enabled.
Refer to the "Installing CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization" chapter of the CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization User Guide for details.
|KeySecure Classic||8.7.0 or higher|
|Tokenization Manager (TM)||8.7.1 or higher|
|CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization (CT-V)||8.12.2 or higher|
|CipherTrust Manager||2.2 or higher|
Back up keys, users, and certificates on the KeySecure Classic UI. Refer to Creating a Backup File for details.
While taking backup, on the Create Backup screen, select the Tokenization Manager check box.
Restore the backup on the CipherTrust Manager. Refer to Migrating the Backup File for details.
Upgrade from TM to the latest released version of CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization (8.12.2). For upgrade instructions, refer to the Installing CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization and Upgrading CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization chapters of the CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization User Guide.
When using JDK, the jar and properties files will be placed in the
JAVA_HOME/jre/lib/extdirectory or at the user-specified location. Be sure that the location is part of your CLASSPATH.
IngrianNAE.propertiesfile with the
port numberof the CipherTrust Manager.
To verify migration and upgrade, run the tokenization sample in remote and local modes.
At the moment, you cannot create and delete a token vault on the CipherTrust Manager UI. However, you can use the SetupDB and SetKey utilities to set up the token vault and deleteTable utility to delete the token vault.
Refer to the Configuring Token Vault and Key Table chapter of the CipherTrust Vaulted Tokenization User Guide for details.
CT-V 8.12.3 onward, non-idempotent token vaults are not supported for the MySQL database.
The Persistent key caching feature is deprecated.
TokenServiceAPIs are deprecated:
public TokenService(String naeUser, char naePwd, String dbUser, char dbPwd,char keyStorePassPhrase)
public TokenService(String naeUser, char naePwd, String dbUser, char dbPwd,char keyStorePassPhrase, String naePropertyFile)
deleteTokenAPIs are deprecated:
public void deleteToken(String token, String customData, String table)
public void deleteToken(String tokens, String customData, String table)