Any information would be appreciated.
I want to use Basic256 ciphers in signing (in a policy rule) outgoing message.
For other webservice proxies have configured signing - rsa using asymetric key.
It looks to me like Basic256 is symmetric key signing, and I don't see that in my list of hmac options.
Do I need to do the signing in a stylesheet?
Once again, any help is appreciated.
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Updated on 2013-01-17T19:34:44Z at 2013-01-17T19:34:44Z by etj
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Re: Want to use Basic256 ciphers in signing outgoing message2012-12-20T08:42:04ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Basic256 seems to be Microsoft proprietary -- en.wikipedia.org only shows a programming language for "Basic256".
Here are the algorithms supported by DataPower:
Adding Basic256 would need a Request For Enhancement.