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Decrypting TElAS2Message Results in 100% CPU Usage

Posted: 03/03/2013 20:24:17
by Sam Wilkinson (Basic support level)
Joined: 02/28/2013
Posts: 5

We are currently evaluating EDIBlackbox to use in a replacement AS2 sending and receiving platform for an already existing AS2 product (Mendelson AS2) as the existing product does not scale to the level we need.

We can use the sample AS2 Sender program to generate an AS2 message and send to the sample AS2 Receiver.
However when we send an (encrypted) AS2 message from our existing AS2 product (Mendelson AS2) to the sample AS2 Receiver program provided with EDIBlackbox, the CPU usage jumps instantly to 100% and never progresses past the line:
if (!message.Load(fileName, Path.ChangeExtension(fileName, ".bin")))

Our existing AS2 product (Mendelson AS2) as proven to be working for our trading parties (although at a throughput level that is not acceptable).

I have loaded the AS2 Message that Mendelson AS2 generates into the AS2 Decoder sample and it states that the message is encrypted and when i provide the Private certificate that should decrypt it also goes to 100% CPU usage (no error message or exception is thrown).

I have attached the AS2 Message (as received by the AS2 Receiver sample program) and both the Public Certificate and Private Certificate as well as the Private Certificate password.

Could you please provide assistance on why this would be happening.

Note #1: The Certificates are self signed testing certificates.
Note #2: We can send and receive non-encrypted/non-signed messages between our existing AS2 product and the AS2 Receiver sample program.
Note #3: The attached files is a zip file, but your attachment limit is for images and text files only (so it needs renaming to .zip to be opened).

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Posted: 03/04/2013 01:58:51
by Alexander Ionov (Team)

Moved to Helpdesk

Best regards,
Alexander Ionov



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