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Bad Signature using BizTalk PGP adaptor

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Posted: 06/01/2015 08:32:22
by Ken Ivanov (Team)

Hi Martin,

Thank you for contacting us.

The reason for the Patrick's problem was the fact that there were several keys present in the secret keyring, and the resulting OpenPGP file was signed with all of them. The receiving software apparently expected just one signature to be present in the protected file and came up with the aforementioned error if it came across more than one signature.

The solution is to use key filtering settings to make the components only use the secret key that the receiving software expects. This can be done by assigning the ID of the needed key to the KeyFilter property of the adapter, pipeline or task. You can supply several key IDs by using the '|' character as a separator:

explicitkeyid=AB01CD02|explicitkeyid=01234567

You can get the ID of your key(s) with any compatible OpenPGP software or, alternatively, by using OpenPGPKeyTool tool available with BizCrypto.

Ken

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