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XML Signatures, Web Services Security and Interoperability.

Ram Swarna
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Joined: Jan 23, 2004
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Hi All,
Can some one tell me if there is way to export the keys that are genrated in Java to .Net or from .Net to java. Is there a work around?
I need the keys so that a Soap message that is signed by a .Net client be verified at the Server end that is implemented in Java, one point that i would like to mention is that i cannot send the public key as a part of the Key Info of the signature, which is the conventional method for the business reasons. Is there another alternative for the same?
Any pointers and help will be appriciated.
Thanks in advance.
 
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