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Topic: DigSigFileRead is not populating the proper data
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 98626
From: alpharomeo
Date: 10/17/2003 11:47 PM

Adobe Acrobat : 6.0 Professional
Platform : Windows 2000 Professional
Environment : MS Visual C++ 6.0 + AcrobatSDK 5.0

I am using DigSigFileRead method to use the out put stream for signing but unfortunately it is missing some lines:( I come to know this secret when I copied the data from PDF file and then use WinDif utility for comparison. Can any one help me to read data from a pdf document from a specific location to the other; I have used DigSigFileSetPos and DigSigFileRead but as I described in last paragraph that they are not returning the ideal strings. I am doing this to sign a document directly without the help of DigSigMD5ByteRange method.
You may help me by informing a way that how can I make PKCS#7 out of the MD5 hash returned by DigSigMD5ByteRange method.

many thanks.

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