Validating xml

10-Nov-2020 08:41

The API is designed to support all of the required or recommended features of the W3C Recommendation for XML-Signature Syntax and Processing.

The API is based on the Java Cryptography Service Provider Architecture.

It defines a process and a format for generating digital signatures in the XML format, and it has many additional features.

For instance, it allows you to sign more than one piece of data -- in binary or XML -- and to use any underlying cryptographic signature algorithm.

, Doc Book editor, DITA editor, Math ML editor, XHTML editor, XML editor.

Because XMLmind XML Editor is highly extensible, it may be also be used to create documents conforming to your own custom schema.

The element containing the signer's base64-encoded certificate.

Its users are generally technical writers who need to author large, complex, modular, documents.

XMLmind XML Editor is also available as attractively priced, “special editions” called: XMLmind DITA Editor, XMLmind Doc Book Editor, XMLmind XHTML Editor. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates.

Canonicalization is necessary due to the nature of XML and the way it is parsed by different processors and intermediaries, which can change the data in such a way that the signature is no longer valid but the signed data is still logically equivalent.

Canonicalization eliminates these permissible syntactic variances by converting the XML to a canonical form before generating or validating the signature.

The element containing the signer's base64-encoded certificate.

Its users are generally technical writers who need to author large, complex, modular, documents.

XMLmind XML Editor is also available as attractively priced, “special editions” called: XMLmind DITA Editor, XMLmind Doc Book Editor, XMLmind XHTML Editor. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates.

Canonicalization is necessary due to the nature of XML and the way it is parsed by different processors and intermediaries, which can change the data in such a way that the signature is no longer valid but the signed data is still logically equivalent.

Canonicalization eliminates these permissible syntactic variances by converting the XML to a canonical form before generating or validating the signature.

XML Sample 1 shows the contents of the purchase order before it is signed.