[xmlsec] How doese node-encryption work:

Mike Fudd mifudd at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 21 08:32:52 PST 2006

You are thinking on this line:
>echo "$xmlsec_app encrypt $xmlsec_params $params2 --output $tmpfile 
>$file.tmpl" >>  $logfile

But what are the parameters? I dont know much about shellscripting, but is 
this a kind of recursion?
>xmlsec_params="$xmlsec_params --crypto $crypto"

Do I need a template file if I only want to encrypt single element?

What is a xmlsec command to encrypt only one element in a xml file?

>From: Aleksey Sanin <aleksey at aleksey.com>
>To: Mike Fudd <mifudd at hotmail.com>
>CC: xmlsec at aleksey.com
>Subject: Re: [xmlsec] How doese node-encryption work:
>Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2006 07:54:33 -0800
>>It doese not work because the template doese not match to the file I want 
>>to encrypt.
>What do you mean??? Template for encryption has nothing to do with the
>file to encrypt. For examples, look into xmlsec/test/testEnc.sh file.
>There quite a few tests that run xmlsec utility.

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