[xmlsec] Using a content ID for URI
aleksey at aleksey.com
Thu Sep 25 08:40:41 PDT 2003
No, it's actually not quite clear but I would try to guess :)
1) You would like to use "#ID" or any other XPointer expression in
Yes, it is possible. Please read section 3.2 from FAQ
for the only known common issue about that.
2) You need to use custom protocols like URI="cid:something"
Yes, it is possible. You would need to register custom protocol
handlers in both
LibXML2 and xmlsec. Search headers in both libraries for
Protocol handlers in both libraries are exactly the same. LibXML2
handlers are used
for reading XML files (thus they can automatically do some smart
things like gzip/gunzip)
and xmlsec protocol handlers are used for reading binary files. Also
there is a tutorial'
page on LibXML2 web site http://xmlsoft.org about writing IO callbacks.
Johannes Kjos wrote:
>I'm using xmlsec 0.0.15! And using an upgrade makes a lot of work for me
>because other project participants have made quit a lot of work in the
>My question is: Is it possible to make the xmlseclib to use a cid for URI in
>SignedInfo References? E.g.I want the calling app to search through a some
>blocks of a message, inside them there is cids to be resolved for the cids
>in the references (the signature is in a header element). The calling app
>should send e.g. filepath and URI to my secapp and I will make xmlsec to use
>the file for digest but have the cid for that file in SignedInfo when
>signing - and the other way when verifying.
>Hope this is understandable...
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