Re: a kind of digital signature for a record in a table ....
Oh, from .NET code? The best best is the RSACryptoService provider.
Once you have all of your data encoded into a byte array you can use
SignData or SignHash to get a digital signature (and there are
corresponding verification methods). The trickiest part is managing
the keys, which you'll need to generate and bring in with
On Tue, 20 Sep 2005 09:08:04 -0700, Xavier
>yes he could - but he did not know how to calculate and set corectly that
>So after a recheck the calculated value and the stored value had not the
>same value(that means the values were modified!!!)
>For example :if the table has for example 5 fields: f1,f2,f3,f4,f5 and the
>extra fsig (the calculated signature fiield - where we store the calculated
>after a update from "aprove data by person 2" than we can calculate the
>value for the extra field with a call to a functian:
>and set the extra field - fsig with the return value of that function
>My question is - what is the best algorytm for the function
>All 5 parameters for the function stringvalues with a lenght of 5 - 100
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