[xmlsec] Invalid data char=B; base=10 on verify
ed.shallow at rogers.com
Mon Nov 10 22:52:37 PST 2003
Thanks a million. Turns out that any "hex" characters in the serial number
(e.g. 1D) will cause the problem. Certs with only numbers in them work.
From: xmlsec-admin at aleksey.com [mailto:xmlsec-admin at aleksey.com] On Behalf
Of Aleksey Sanin
Sent: November 11, 2003 12:57 AM
To: Edward Shallow
Cc: xmlsec at aleksey.com
Subject: Re: [xmlsec] Invalid data char=B; base=10 on verify
The problem is caused by incorrect conversion of a big integer to a string.
Instead of using base 10 the function incorrectly used base 16. Thus you'll
get incorrect numbers sometime. This function is used in writing
<dsig:X509SerialNumber/> thus you got it only when you've used this node in
Edward Shallow wrote:
> Is there any specific characters that cause or are affected by this
>problem ? I don't get it for many schemas and documents ?
>I have a demo tomorrow and was wandering if I could work around it ?
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