Signed Info si = Signed Info (Canonicalization Method (Canonicalization Method.INCLUSIVE, (C14NMethod Parameter Spec) null), Signature Method(Signature Method.
Another example of a useful transform algorithm is the XPath Filter transform, which allows you to specify an XPath expression that selects a subset of nodes to be signed.
This API allows you to generate and validate XML signatures.
XML signatures are a standard for digital signatures in the XML data format, and they allow you to authenticate and protect the integrity of data in XML and web service transactions.
is the process of converting XML content to a physical representation, called the canonical form, in order to eliminate subtle changes that can invalidate a signature over that data.
Canonicalization is necessary due to the nature of XML and the way it is parsed by different processors and intermediaries, which can change the data in such a way that the signature is no longer valid but the signed data is still logically equivalent.
RSA_SHA1, null), Collections.singleton List(ref)); // Load the Key Store and get the signing key and certificate. Password Protection("changeit"Char Array())); X509Certificate cert = (X509Certificate) key Certificate(); // Create the Key Info containing the X509Data.