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Safeguard your XML based messages 2

Introducing the Apache XML Security project

The Institute for Data Communications Systems at the University of Siegen in Germany donated the XML Security project to the Apache Foundation in September 2001. As of this writing, the latest version is 1.0.4, which is the version I discuss in this article—version 1.0.5 is currently in testing and available for download from Apache. Once you download the zipped binary distribution from Apache, unzip it in your root directory (for example, C:) in a directory called xml-security-1_0_4. (yes, these instructions have a Windows slant). The Apache XML Security project requires the Java Cryptography Extensions (JCE) library, which is not included with the distribution due to US export restrictions on cryptography. I obtained my copy, jce_1_2_2.jar, from Suns Website and placed it in the ext directory under my Java runtime (that is, the directory C:jdk1.3jrelibext). You will also need a stable version of Xalan (2.2.0 or later), which you can also download from Apache. Ensure xalan.jar is either in your classpath or in the ext directory along with the JCE JAR. You are now ready to start signing your XML!

For example, you can look at: http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-12-2002/jw-1220-xmlsecurity.html?page=2

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