Since HTML and XML both comes from SGML there are basically no difference
between the formats.

I have no experience in creating a signature and encryption of XML
documents,
but there are system API's to do it.



On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 6:02 PM, Raul A. Jager W. <raul@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The XML can be created with CGIDEV2 ending with WrtHtmlToStmF even when
you have build XML and not HTML.
I have a similar request, with one more step: The IFS file must be
signed. I have no experience signing IFS objects, I belive there is an
API for that. Will the API create a signature that is accepted by
standard programs?

Jeff Young wrote:

All,
I have a client that needs to send an XML document to one of their
customers with product data.
They do not want to purchase a package to do this.
The XML will not be sent to a web service, but will be placed in a
directory on the server for processing.

If possible, all of the work to build the document should be done in
RPGLE.

Excluding purchased software, can anyone point me to sample code or links
that explain how to do this?

Thanks,




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