This article explains how to resubmit a certificate as well as what may prevent a certificate from being resubmitted. Any certificate on CalCERTS, such as a CF-2R MCH-20 or CF-1R ALT-02, may be re-examined with all previously input information and submitted again with any edits; this is called a resubmit.
The icon above is the resubmit icon and will allow you to redo a certificate to edit data or even choose new signers. After resubmitting, the certificate will need to be resigned regardless if you change the signers.
- Login to www.CalCERTS.com.
- Open your project. If you need assistance finding your project, please use this tutorial for help.
- Navigate to the form you need to resubmit. Click on the CF-2R or CF-3R hexagon at top of the page. If necessary, click on the icon to open up a specific lot.
- Under the CF-2R Status or CF-3R Status column, click on the icon to resubmit the form you want to resubmit. If there is a icon instead, the form cannot be resubmitted at this time. Hover your mouse over the icon to learn more about why resubmitting is blocked.
Why Can't I Resubmit?
Any forms can be untested to effectively "un-submit" them. Untesting is necessary to edit data that is blocked from editing due to other forms being submitted.
The CF-1R cannot be resubmitted if there are any CF-2Rs submitted.
The CF-2R-MCH-01 cannot be resubmitted if there are any other CF-2R MCHs submitted.
CF-2Rs can be resubmitted with other CF-3Rs submitted. This will essentially untest any corresponding CF-3R.
CF-1R supplemental forms cannot be resubmitted. They must be untested.