cipherNames, Encrypt and Decrypt
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Jan 12 09:19:18 EST 2009
If it doesn't have to be as sophisticated as blowfish --or if you want
to put a lot of effort into it-- you can write your own encryption
funciton. For a client of Economy-x-Talk, I made a simple encryption/
decryption function, which is easily portable to other programming
languages and doesn't need Enterprise.
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On 12 jan 2009, at 14:59, Dave wrote:
> Thanks for this! Is there really no way to en/de-crypt a string of
> data in RunRev studio??
> I guess I could ways write an External Command to do it??? Is there
> one available already?
> All the Best
> On 12 Jan 2009, at 13:38, Eric Chatonet wrote:
>> Bonjour Dave,
>> Just two thoughts:
>> 1. You misspelled cipherNames (adding a 's').
>> 2. You need Rev Enterprise to access encryption.
>> Le 12 janv. 09 à 12:57, Dave a écrit :
>>> I have a need to encrypt some data before sending it to a server.
>>> I looked at the encrypt and decrypt documentation but don't
>>> understand how to make it work. There is a property called
>>> "ciptherNames" which is supposed to contain a list of ciphers.
>>> However, when I do the following:
>>> put the ciphersNames
>>> in the message box, I just get an empty string returned,
>>> Is there any further information on how to use these functions?
>>> The application need to run under MacOS X 10.4 and 10.5. Some
>>> sample code would be brilliant!
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