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Digest in java

Bharat Khillari
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Joined: Jun 29, 2001
Posts: 7
Please can naybody help me out...
I have one script called digest on linux when i am passing input "bharat" to it it's giving me output : "37V7Ll82wfiT28Et1miX1A==".
When i am passing that same string to my java digest class it's giving me output: "[B@3ac748".
Since i have to store that encrypted password in ldap for further authetication what is the proper way for digest please help me out?
Why the results are different?
Bharat A. Khillari
David Bejjam
Greenhorn

Joined: Aug 16, 2001
Posts: 17
For converting byte array to String try using new String(byte[]) and not toString() method. Hope it works.
 
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