I have problem to create digital signature. I created console application and it works there but when I want to run it at server there is exception. It looks like I have problem with reference to the file. Any idea please?
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I have an infopath form that uses digital signatures. The current process for the user is to:
1. click the "click here to sign this section" link.
2. click "select image", and browse to their image
3. click ok.
I've been requested to shorten the above to one click. So, it should sign the section (with their image) without prompting the user with the digital signature dialog.
Any suggestions? Is this even possible? As the capability to digitally sign a doc without the user knowing would seem to violate the idea of digital signatures...
This is for the InfoPath 07 client (which may mean that this is not in the correct forum(?))
I have asp.net page running under MOSS2007 and there is Access Denied error at signing (signedXml.ComputeSignature()). The code works as normal .net web application but it does not work under MOSS.
I have asp.net page running under MOSS2007 and there is Access Denied error at signing (signedXml.ComputeSignature()). The code works as normal .net web application but it does not work under MOSS. Is there any security setting
whitch does not allow MOSS to ready certificate? Thanks
Access is denied.
at System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException.ThrowCryptogaphicException(Int32 hr)
at System.Security.Cryptography.Utils._CreateCSP(CspParameters param, Boolean randomKeyContainer, SafeProvHandle& hProv)
at System.Security.Cryptography.Utils.CreateProvHandle(CspParameters parameters, Boolean randomKeyContainer)
at System.Security.Cryptography.Utils.GetKeyPairHelper(CspAlgorithmType keyType, CspParameters parameters, Boolean randomKeyContainer, Int32 dwKeySize, SafeProvHandle& safeProvHandle, SafeKeyHandle& safeKeyHandle)
I have a web app that uses .rdlc reports to create and export documents in PDF format. Everything works nice, but what i would like to do now is add some security options or digital signature to the PDF files.
How can i do this?
I have an Infopath browser based form that I have a digital sig on. When the user signs it (Valid Signature - Signed by) the font size is small and is acceptable for use in the form. Howvever, when I go to "Print View" it resizes to a larger
font. I do not want this as I am trying to fit the form to one page. I altered the font in the signing section in the Print View in Infopath to no avail. Looking at the Manifest file, I cannot locate the code where it determines the font
size. Anyone have any ideas?
In Infopath 2010
I am using digital signature in section.
I am hiding that section but I cannot able hide digital signature.
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