Fwd: Re: [xmlsec] Problems with MScryto.
pacolegu at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 6 04:39:37 PST 2003
Before nothing, thanks to answer express.
You are right, that way are two ways to work with mscrypto:
- Using pkcs12,
- and using the keys of the certificate store directly.
You have some small example to directly load and to use the keys from the
Because with himself not to do it.
>From: "Wouter" To: Francisco Lechón CC: xmlsec at aleksey.com Subject: Re:
>[xmlsec] Problems with MScryto. Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2003 13:24:42 +0100 (CET)
>The example you're referring to doesn't work because mscrypto does not
>support importing of private keys in any other format then pkcs12. So you
>should either use a pkcs12 file for importing the keys, or use a private
>key that is in your certificate store, and load/use that one.
> >I am executing the example < sign2.c > of package XMLSEC in a system
> >Windows and >using MScripto and it does not work correctly. > >I do not
>understand the code of the function < xmlSecMSCryptoAppKeyLoad >, >I use
> >like parameters, the file that contains the private key, and I indicate
> >that the >format is < to xmlSecKeyDataFormatDer >, but the function
>generates an >error. The >code for that format is not implemented. > >I
>understand that that error is because uses the method of the interface >of
>the >CryptoAPI, and I am passing him a key private. > >It is not finished
>to use the CryptoAPI? > >Somebody can help me sending some example that
>works using Windows and >CryptoAPI? > >Thanks
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