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Topic: Sign PDF from Java?
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 111753
From: maripally
Date: 5/19/2004 11:13 PM

Hi,

Iam working on a web application and looking for a java library which takes a pdf and privatekeys as input and signs the document.

I know the SecureSign product which is a commandline utility or APConductor through which we can access securesign as a web service. The problem with both the products is, I have to send the private keys to the server, which I do not want to.

I want to sign the PDF document on the client machine with his private keys and then store the signed PDF on the server.

I would really appreciate any ideas in this direction.

Thanks in advance.

Vinod.

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