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Re: Decryption Transform processing question

From: Takeshi Imamura <IMAMU@jp.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 17:17:40 +0900
To: merlin <merlin@baltimore.ie>
Cc: xml-encryption@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF826A54A1.319DB1E5-ON49256BDC.002AFAC3@LocalDomain>

Hi Merlin,

I like the XML-mode because it supports super-decryption and reduces the
number of times of serialization/parsing, while I'm not sure of the
binary-mode because it seems to be a little application-specific.  So I'm
thinking that I will employ most of the XML-mode with a slight change in
order to support binary decryption as supported by the current draft.

Tokyo Research Laboratory
IBM Research

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Hi Takeshi,

Before you change the current spec, could you first clarify
what, if any, changes you would make to the text that I
have proposed.

I would like to know what direction you are heading in before
I cause you any effort.

If our paths don't converge, there's no point to your
compromising your current spec; instead I think we'll just
have to proceed with two separate specs.


>Hi Merlin,
>Thank you for the detailed text and I'm sorry for not reviewing it sooner.
>I just did so and thought it looked pretty good.  I have a little concern,
>especially I'm still unsure whether we should divide the processing in two
>modes, but I will try to incorporate it in the current text.  It would
>a few days, hopefully.
>Takeshi IMAMURA
>Tokyo Research Laboratory
>IBM Research

>                      merlin

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>                      2002/06/13 07:09

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>                      merlin



>Hi Takeshi,
>>Anyway, more explicit text would be helpful.  I will try to make some
>>on my proposal, too.
>Here is a quick bash at a more formal specification of what I
>propose, taking into account what I believe you have suggested.


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