[xmlsec] problems by xmlSecKeysMngrFindKey

Jürgen Heiss jheiss at Mesonic.com
Tue Oct 10 02:46:10 PDT 2006

Hi Wouter,
Yes I use this three Init Functions.
I don't get any error, "just" the result is always NULL.
The parm (name) in the FindKey Function is the friendly name of the cert, or should it be something else.

From: Wouter Ketting [mailto:wsh333 at gmail.com] 
Sent: Dienstag, 10. Oktober 2006 11:38
To: Jürgen Heiss
Cc: xmlsec at aleksey.com
Subject: Re: [xmlsec] problems by xmlSecKeysMngrFindKey

As far as I know it is the same mechanism as used internally... Did you initialize xmlsec lib properly (probably a redundant question, but you never know):


Also, do you get any error messages anywhere? Or the key is simply not found?


On 10/10/06, Jürgen Heiss < jheiss at mesonic.com <mailto:jheiss at mesonic.com> > wrote: 

	I forgot to tell that I'm using mscrypto.


	From: xmlsec-bounces at aleksey.com [mailto:xmlsec-bounces at aleksey.com] On Behalf Of Jürgen Heiss
	Sent: Dienstag, 10. Oktober 2006 11:06
	To: xmlsec at aleksey.com
	Subject: [xmlsec] problems by xmlSecKeysMngrFindKey
	I try to Find a Key but it always returns Null.
	    xmlSecKeysMngrPtr mngr = xmlSecKeysMngrCreate();  
	    /* locate and load key you want to use */
	    xmlSecKeyInfoCtxPtr keyInfoCtx = xmlSecKeyInfoCtxCreate(mngr);
	    xmlSecKeyPtr key = xmlSecKeysMngrFindKey(mngr, (xmlChar *)"dummy", keyInfoCtx); 
	I my computer exists a certificate with the name CN=dummy.
	any ideas what went wrong?

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