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From "Miroslav Nachev" <m...@space-comm.com>
Subject Re: Invalid Reference Signature when I try to refer some XMLObject element
Date Wed, 31 Jan 2007 21:43:11 GMT
For XML Signature I use JDK6. For XML Encription I use Apache XML Security
1.4. If this will solve my problem I will use Apache XML Security for both.


On 1/31/07, Sean Mullan <Sean.Mullan@sun.com> wrote:
>
> Miroslav Nachev wrote:
> > I will try your suggestions tomorrow, but I am not sure that this is the
> > problem. Before to quit from the office I found that the digest value
> > for this reference is different calculated for Signing and Validation.
> >
> > The stack trace from Exception is missing because any exception is not
> > thrown. The boolean value "false" is returned for whole signature. Then
> > I check each time individually and see that the problem is in this
> > reference again without exception. Only "false" value is returned.
> >
> > Because of the above I think that the digest algorithm for Signing and
> > Validation is different. And because the only difference are both
> > Namespaces in one element, I think that this is the real problem.
>
> Try enabling logging support and inspect what is being digested when
> signing and when validating. You should be able to precisely narrow down
> the problem (it is probably namespace related). I assume you are using
> JSR 105 from our previous correspondences. See this blog for more info
> on enabling the logging:
>
> http://weblogs.java.net/blog/mullan/archive/2006/02/more_xml_signat_1.html
>
> --Sean
>
>

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