Hi using SHA 1 with RSA encryption for ssl certificate is secure? As i know, sha 1 is not secure, but if we use RSA with sha1, still it will be an issue? Please suggest if any security issues exist.
There is no "SHA1 with RSA encryption" for certificates used in SSL. In the context of certificates the owner of the certificate has a key pair (RSA, ECC...) and here the public key part is included in the certificate, SHA1 (or other hash algorithms) are used as a cryptographic hash within the signature and the private key (RSA, ECC..) of the issuer certificate is used in this signature too (for signing, not encrypting).
SHA1 is no longer considered secure for use in certificate signatures - use SHA2 (i.e. SHA256, SHA384... etc) instead.