Would you mind sharing what the product is?

Michael Smith

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Well, it looks like no one has any comments for you. I'll just let you
know what we're doing.

We use an open source - java based encryption - call it from our RPG
programs. Been in production for over two years now. Before that we
PA Townsend PGP encryption. Never heard of Crypto.

Jeff Stevens
Mize, Houser & Co. P.A.
913 451 1882

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Java Programming on and around the iSeries / AS400


PGP Encryption

Hi everyone,

I have a task to encrypt physical file with PGP and ftp it. I'm looking
into Crypto package. Have anyone done it before on AS400? Any guidance
and/or code example will help.


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