Dynamic Route for CDN (DCDN) provides a wide array of API operations that can be used to manage Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates. The procedures for calling the API operations can be complex. This topic describes the features of the API operations to help you understand the use of the API operations.

Management of SSL certificates
Note After the certificate is created and uploaded by using a certificate signing request (CSR) file, update the certificate based on SSL Certificates Service.
The following table describes the certificate management operations.
API Description
AddDcdnDomain Adds a domain name to DCDN. You can specify only one domain name in each request.
VerifyDcdnDomainOwner Checks the ownership of a specified domain name.
DescribeDcdnVerifyContent Queries the ownership verification content.
DescribeDcdnDomainCertificateInfo Queries the certificate information about a specific accelerated domain name.
SetDcdnDomainCertificate Enables or disables the certificate feature for a specified domain name and modifies the certificate information.
DescribeDcdnCertificateList Queries the certificates of one or more specific accelerated domain names.
DescribeDcdnCertificateDetail Queries detailed information about a certificate.
DescribeDcdnDomainByCertificate Queries accelerated domain names based on certificate information.
BatchSetDcdnDomainCertificate Specifies whether to enable the certificate feature for multiple domain names and modifies the certificate information.