aleksey at aleksey.com
Mon Jul 2 21:02:49 PDT 2007
Yes, I think this is the only way.
Ed Shallow wrote:
> Yes that is right.
> Do I have to encrypt each target node (all have same name) by doing
> repeated individual calls on each successive node ?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Aleksey Sanin [mailto:aleksey at aleksey.com]
> Sent: Monday, July 02, 2007 4:32 PM
> To: Ed Shallow; xmlsec at aleksey.com
> Subject: Re: [xmlsec] CipherReference
> Oh, I see... Sorry, I don't think XMLEnc spec supports this. I believe
> CipherReference lets you to get the encrypted data and put them in place
> of the EncryptedData. And I believe you ask about "other way around".
> Ed Shallow wrote:
>> Hi Aleksey,
>> I had a look at the test sub-directory. I guess I don't understand the
>> use of CipherReference then ...
>> What I need to do is select for encryption, "all" nodes with a
>> particular name. For example <Salary>1,000,000</Salary> and replaced
>> them "each" with their own <EncryptedData> element.
>> Is this done with an Xpath expression and CipherReference ?
>> Can I use a document and a template for this ?
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: xmlsec-bounces at aleksey.com [mailto:xmlsec-bounces at aleksey.com]
>> On Behalf Of Aleksey Sanin
>> Sent: Sunday, July 01, 2007 8:44 PM
>> To: ed.shallow at pwgsc.gc.ca
>> Cc: xmlsec at aleksey.com
>> Subject: Re: [xmlsec] CipherReference
>>> Do you have an example of CipherReference usage with xmlsec ?
>> Yes :) Search for CipherReference in the xmlsec folder. For example,
>> tests\merlin-xmlenc-five\encrypt-element-aes192-cbc-ref uses it.
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