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There is one more (ugly) solution: you can write your own transform for xmlsec<br>
library that will remove \n and whatever else you want. It'll probably be
faster than <br>
xslt but not interoperable with other xml dsig toolkits.<br>
Meg Morgan wrote:<br>
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Unfortunately due to deadlines I had to put this issue on a "nice-to-have"
status instead of "have-to-have". It was only an issue for me in generating
test data, so I just had to make sure I put "\n" in the appropriate places.
I will probably revisit this issue in the coming months, and I would appreciate
hearing your progress as well.
<a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:Ulrich.Wimboeck@de.gi-de.com">Ulrich.Wimboeck@de.gi-de.com</a> wrote:
I have got the same problems with the white characters (new lines).
Meg, or someone else, did you find a solution for this problem and how does
it look like?
(e.g by using an XSLT Transform within the Signature)
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