[xmlsec] Re: xmlAddID in practice
aleksey at aleksey.com
Mon Dec 22 19:16:40 PST 2003
If you are using this for Visa3d then don't bother with xmlAddID()
and use XMLSEC_DSIG_FLAGS_USE_VISA3D_HACK flag. It'll do everything
you need. Otherwise, look at src/xmltree.c file. There should be
examples of using it.
Next, writing questions about xmlsec to my personal email instead of
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Wojtek Pięcek wrote on 12/22/2003, 4:28 AM:
> Hi Aleksey
> I'm trying to implement perl library (using .xs and your code, generaly from
> sign and verify examples) with support for ARX HSM (i'm not suer full NDA
> for that part). I'm generaly perl programers, I'm not fun of C-programming,
> this is not my prefered language. More - I'm not wan't for now, know all
> info about XML, I want to create this function and make this work. Only.
> My problem is - I'm trying to add functionality for veryfing bad XML (I
> know, this is NOT XML). In FAQ, you wrote:
> * Register ID attributes manually (xmlAddID function or --id-attr option for xmlsec command line utility).
> * Enable Visa 3D hack in XML DSig context (dsigCtx->flags |= XMLSEC_DSIG_FLAGS_USE_VISA3D_HACK or --enable-visa3d-hack option for xmlsec command line utility).
> Second line is simple, but info how to register ID is too simple for me. Can
> you show me simple, very simple example how to implement this function? This
> is needed for VISA3D files.
> Of course I read biiig xmlsec.c, but this is too complecated for me.
> Thanks very much and Merry Christmans.
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