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XMLEncryptor Configuration

The class accepts one or more of the following configuration settings. Configuration settings are similar in functionality to properties, but they are rarely used. In order to avoid "polluting" the property namespace of the class, access to these internal properties is provided through the Config method.

XMLEncryptor Configuration Settings

EncryptedDataID:   Specifies the ID for EncryptedData element.

This property contains the identifier (ID) attribute of the xenc:EncryptedData element.

EncryptedKeyID:   Specifies the ID for EncryptedKey element.

This property contains the identifier (ID) attribute of the xenc:EncryptedKey element.

EncryptedKeyInfoCustomXML:   The custom XML content for EncryptedKey\KeyInfo element.

Use this property to specify the custom XML content of the xenc:EncryptedKey\ds:KeyInfo element. TBD

The empty elements in the custom XML content act as a placeholder for auto-generated elements.

For example to change the order of ds:KeyValue and ds:X509Data auto-generated elements use the value: "<X509Data/><KeyValue/>"

EncryptedKeyInfoID:   Specifies the ID for EncryptedKey\KeyInfo element.

This property contains the identifier (ID) attribute of the xenc:EncryptedKey\ds:KeyInfo element.

EncryptedKeyOnly:   Specifies whether to create only EncryptedKey element.

Set this property to True to create only xenc:EncryptedKey element.

EncryptedKeyXMLElement:   Specifies the XML element where to save the encrypted key element.

This property specifies the XML element where to save the xenc:EncryptedKey element.

Supported values are:

""an empty string indicates the Document element
"#id"indicates an XML element with specified Id
XPath expressionindicates an XML element selected using XPath expression. Use XPathNamespaces property to specify Prefixes and NamespaceURIs
For example:
"/root/data[1]" - indicates the second "data" element under the document element with a name "root"
"//ns1:data" - indicates a data element. "ns1" prefix should be defined in XPathNamespaces property
Node nameindicates an XML element selected using its NodeName.
For example: "data" - indicates an XML element with node name "data".

EncryptionPrefix:   Specifies the encryption prefix.

Specifies the prefix for the EncryptedData elements.

Default value is "xenc". In this case "xenc:" prefix will be used.

Special values:

"#default" or ""indicates that the prefix will be omitted.
"#auto"indicates that the prefix will be auto-detected based on the parent nodes.

KeyInfoCustomXML:   The custom XML content for KeyInfo element.

Use this property to specify the custom XML content of the ds:KeyInfo element. TBD

The empty elements in the custom XML content act as a placeholder for auto-generated elements.

For example to change the order of ds:KeyValue and ds:X509Data auto-generated elements use the value: "<X509Data/><KeyValue/>"

KeyInfoID:   Specifies the ID for KeyInfo element.

This property contains the identifier (ID) attribute of the ds:KeyInfo element.

KeyName:   Contains information about the key used for encryption.

The KeyName element contains a string value (with significant whitespaces) which may be used by the encryptor to communicate a key identifier to the recipient. Typically, the KeyName element contains an identifier related to the key pair used to sign the message, but it may contain other protocol-related information that indirectly identifies a key pair. Common uses of the KeyName include simple string names for keys, a key index, a distinguished name (DN), an email address, etc.

MimeType:   Specifies the mime type of the encrypted data.

MimeType is an optional (advisory) attribute which describes the media type of the data which is encrypted. The value of this attribute is a string with values defined by MIME specification (RFC 2045). For example, if the data that is encrypted is a base64 encoded PNG, the transfer Encoding may be specified as 'http://www.w3.org/2000/09/xmldsig#base64' and the MimeType as 'image/png'. This attribute is purely advisory; no validation of the MimeType information is required and it does not indicate the encryption application must do any additional processing.

SignaturePrefix:   Specifies the signature prefix.

Specifies the prefix for the Signature elements.

Default value is "ds". In this case "ds:" prefix will be used.

Special values:

"#default" or ""indicates that the prefix will be omitted.
"#auto"indicates that the prefix will be auto-detected based on the parent nodes.

TempPath:   Location where the temporary files are stored.

This setting specifies an absolute path to the location on disk where temporary files are stored.

WriteBOM:   Specifies whether byte-order mark should be written when saving the document.

Set this property to False to disable writing byte-order mark (BOM) when saving the XML document in Unicode encoding.

XMLFormatting:   Specifies the signature XML formatting.

Use this property to specify how the signature should be formatted.

Supported values:

"" or "none"no formatting (by default).
"auto"enables auto-formatting, equivalent to: "indent: 1; indent-char: tab; base64-max-length: 64; starting-level: node"

Custom values, contains a list of value pairs ("name:value") separated by comma or semicolon:

indentspecifies indentation level (default is 1)
indent-charspecifies indentation character: "space" or "tab" (default)
base64-max-lengthspecifies max length of base64 encoded data, such as signature value, certificate data and etc. (default is 64)
starting-levelspecifies starting indentation level: non-negative integer or "node" - detected based on parent node, or "root" - detected based on number of parent nodes to a document element (default is "node").
indent-before-mainspecifies if whitespace characters should be inserted before a main (ds:Signature) element: "auto" (default), "yes" or "no"

For more preciese formatting use OnFormatText and OnFormatElement events.

Base Configuration Settings

CheckKeyIntegrityBeforeUse:   Enables or disable private key integrity check before use.

This global property enables or disables private key material check before each signing operation. This slows down performance a bit, but prevents a selection of attacks on RSA keys where keys with unknown origins are used.

You can switch this property off to improve performance if your project only uses known, good private keys.

CookieCaching:   Specifies whether a cookie cache should be used for HTTP(S) transports.

Set this property to enable or disable cookies caching for the class.

Supported values are:

offNo caching (default)
localLocal caching (supported for HTTPClient, RESTClient and SOAPClient only)
globalGlobal caching

Cookies:   Gets or sets local cookies for the class (supported for HTTPClient, RESTClient and SOAPClient only).

Use this property to get cookies from the internal cookie storage of the class and/or restore them back between application sessions.

DefDeriveKeyIterations:   Specifies the default key derivation algorithm iteration count.

This global property sets the default number of iterations for all supported key derivation algorithms. Note that you can provide the required number of iterations by using properties of the relevant key generation component; this global setting is used in scenarios where specific iteration count is not or cannot be provided.

EnableClientSideSSLFFDHE:   Enables or disables finite field DHE key exchange support in TLS clients.

This global property enables or disables support for finite field DHE key exchange methods in TLS clients. FF DHE is a slower algorithm if compared to EC DHE; enabling it may result in slower connections.

This setting only applies to sessions negotiated with TLS version 1.3.

GlobalCookies:   Gets or sets global cookies for all the HTTP transports.

Use this property to get cookies from the GLOBAL cookie storage or restore them back between application sessions. These cookies will be used by all the classes that have its CookieCaching property set to "global".

HttpUserAgent:   Specifies the user agent name to be used by all HTTP clients.

This global setting defines the User-Agent field of the HTTP request provides information about the software that initiates the request. This value will be used by all the HTTP clients including the ones used internally in other classes.

LogDestination:   Specifies the debug log destination.

Contains a comma-separated list of values that specifies where debug log should be dumped.

Supported values are:

fileFile
consoleConsole
systemlogSystem Log (supported for Android only)
debuggerDebugger (supported for VCL for Windows and .Net)

LogDetails:   Specifies the debug log details to dump.

Contains a comma-separated list of values that specifies which debug log details to dump.

Supported values are:

timeCurrent time
levelLevel
packagePackage name
moduleModule name
classClass name
methodMethod name
threadidThread Id
contenttypeContent type
contentContent
allAll details

LogFile:   Specifies the debug log filename.

Use this property to provide a path to the log file.

LogFilters:   Specifies the debug log filters.

Contains a comma-separated list of value pairs ("name:value") that describe filters.

Supported filter names are:

exclude-packageExclude a package specified in the value
exclude-moduleExclude a module specified in the value
exclude-classExclude a class specified in the value
exclude-methodExclude a method specified in the value
include-packageInclude a package specified in the value
include-moduleInclude a module specified in the value
include-classInclude a class specified in the value
include-methodInclude a method specified in the value

LogFlushMode:   Specifies the log flush mode.

Use this property to set the log flush mode. The following values are defined:

noneNo flush (caching only)
immediateImmediate flush (real-time logging)
maxcountFlush cached entries upon reaching LogMaxEventCount entries in the cache.

LogLevel:   Specifies the debug log level.

Use this property to provide the desired debug log level.

Supported values are:

noneNone (by default)
fatalSevere errors that cause premature termination.
errorOther runtime errors or unexpected conditions.
warningUse of deprecated APIs, poor use of API, 'almost' errors, other runtime situations that are undesirable or unexpected, but not necessarily "wrong".
infoInteresting runtime events (startup/shutdown).
debugDetailed information on flow of through the system.
traceMore detailed information.

LogMaxEventCount:   Specifies the maximum number of events to cache before further action is taken.

Use this property to specify the log event number threshold. This threshold may have different effects, depending on the rotation setting and/or the flush mode.

The default value of this setting is 100.

LogRotationMode:   Specifies the log rotation mode.

Use this property to set the log rotation mode. The following values are defined:

noneNo rotation
deleteolderDelete older entries from the cache upon reaching LogMaxEventCount
keepolderKeep older entries in the cache upon reaching LogMaxEventCount (newer entries are discarded)

MaxASN1BufferLength:   Specifies the maximal allowed length for ASN.1 primitive tag data.

This global property limits the maximal allowed length for ASN.1 tag data for non-content-carrying structures, such as certificates, CRLs, or timestamps. It does not affect structures that can carry content, such as CMS/CAdES messages. This is a security property aiming at preventing DoS attacks.

MaxASN1TreeDepth:   Specifies the maximal depth for processed ASN.1 trees.

This global property limits the maximal depth of ASN.1 trees that the component can handle without throwing an error. This is a security property aiming at preventing DoS attacks.

OCSPHashAlgorithm:   Specifies the hash algorithm to be used to identify certificates in OCSP requests.

This global setting defines the hash algorithm to use in OCSP requests during chain validation. Some OCSP responders can only use older algorithms, in which case setting this property to SHA1 may be helpful.

UseOwnDNSResolver:   Specifies whether the client components should use own DNS resolver.

Set this global property to false to force all the client components to use the DNS resolver provided by the target OS instead of using own one.

UseSharedSystemStorages:   Specifies whether the validation engine should use a global per-process copy of the system certificate stores.

Set this global property to false to make each validation run use its own copy of system certificate stores.

UseSystemOAEPAndPSS:   Enforces or disables the use of system-driven RSA OAEP and PSS computations.

This global setting defines who is responsible for performing RSA-OAEP and RSA-PSS computations where the private key is stored in a Windows system store and is exportable. If set to true, SBB will delegate the computations to Windows via a CryptoAPI call. Otherwise, it will export the key material and perform the computations using its own OAEP/PSS implementation.

This setting only applies to certificates originating from a Windows system store.

UseSystemRandom:   Enables or disables the use of the OS PRNG.

Use this global property to enable or disable the use of operating system-driven pseudorandom number generation.

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