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RE: Tentative signature over C14N examples

From: Petteri Stenius <Petteri.Stenius@done360.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 21:23:18 +0300
Message-ID: <CD0FF8F92CA8D311B9AB00105A14D5570B12CB@server.remtec.fi>
To: "'merlin'" <merlin@baltimore.ie>, John Boyer <jboyer@pureedge.com>
Cc: XML DSig <w3c-ietf-xmldsig@w3.org>

All but one of the examples validate with our implementation, but not
without minor tweaks:

- example-4.xml (chapter 3.4) fails because of problems with normalization
of attribute values with special characters (#xD) by the XML processor
- the other examples with DTDs need to be manually fixed to also declare the
elements in the DTD, otherwise the XML processor will not recognize the
attribute declarations

The second problem is solved by adding something like "<!ELEMENT e2 ANY>" to
a DTD. This is of course not a very acceptable solution, but a simple
workaround for a conformance problem of the XML processor.


-----Original Message-----
From: merlin [mailto:merlin@baltimore.ie]
Sent: 11. lokakuuta 2000 19:56
To: John Boyer
Cc: XML DSig
Subject: Re: Tentative signature over C14N examples 


Attached, then, is hopefully a non-tentative signature over
the updated C14N examples.

If Petteri can verify it, then I think we can call it good.

Thanks, John and Petteri, for all assistance!


>Oh! Did it again didn't I.  Yes we did make that change.
Received on Wednesday, 11 October 2000 14:21:33 UTC

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