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From Gilbert Pilz <gilbert.p...@sbcglobal.net>
Subject Re: failed unit tests
Date Thu, 30 Jun 2005 15:39:17 GMT
That worked, thanks. Possibly a candidate for the FAQ . . .

- g

Vishal Mahajan wrote:
> Try getting the "JCE Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files" from 
> http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/download.jsp.
> 
> Vishal
> 
> Gilbert Pilz wrote:
> 
>> 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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