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From Gilbert Pilz <gilbert.p...@sbcglobal.net>
Subject failed unit tests
Date Thu, 23 Jun 2005 01:12:40 GMT
Hi,

I just downloaded the Java version of XML Security 1.2.1, built it under 
Eclipse and ran the unit tests. The following tests failed:

org.apache.xml.security.test.encryption.BaltimoreEncTest
	test_five_content_aes256_cbc (Illegal key size)
	test_five_content_aes128_cbc_kw_aes192 (Illegal key size or 		default 
parameters)
	test_five_element_aes192_cbc_ref (Illegal key size)
	test_five_data_aes256_cbc_3des (Illegal key size)
	test_five_data_aes192_cbc_aes256 (Illegal key size or default parameters)

org.apache.xml.security.test.encryption.XMLCipherTester
	testAES128ElementAES192KWCipherUsingKEK (Illegal key size or default 
parameters)
	testAES128ElementRSAKWCipherUsingKEK (Illegal key size or default 
parameters)
	testAES192ElementAES256KWCipher (Illegal key size or default parameters)
	testAes192ElementCipher (Illegal key size or default parameters)
	testAes265ElementCipher (Illegal key size or default parameters)

I'm using the auto-downloaded version of the Bouncy Castle JCE provider. 
I'm using J2SE v1.5.0_03 and Eclipse v3.0.2.

Are these failures "expected"? I notice that they seem to all involve 
AES ciphersuites. Is there something wrong with the Bouncy Castle JCE?

- gil


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