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Error in PGP Decryption

Hi Experts,

we are doing File(NFS) to File(NFS) Scenario with using of PGP decryption Module. here we have placed encryption File in Source directory. in communication channel we maintain custmer Adpter module. we we run the scenario first that custmer adapter module is called to decryt the file then call the standard call adpter module. while calling the PGP Decryption Module we are geting error like

MP: exception caught with cause com.infosys.is.pi.pgp.decryptverify.PGPModuleException: Passphrase.xml File is not available at Location Specified in the Channel. we have checked with Basis team regarding this weather the passphrase.xml file is there that location which we have maintain in communication channel everthing is fine but we are getting exception. could you please help on this.

Regards,

Swathika.

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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2012 at 07:15 AM

    Hi Swathika,

    Your error mentions a Passphrase.xml (with a capital P at the beginning), while later on you say that the passphrase.xml (all lower-case letters) file is there in the required location. I'm not 100% sure about that, but file name here could be case-sensitive, so you might have to adjust the names between config and the real file.

    Regards,

    Greg

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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2012 at 08:40 AM

    the location where you have placed the key files, make sure the user <SID>adm has the the required rights and access to it.

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    • Hi,

      What do u mean by nodes?? If u have changed the node names in the passphrase xml file then the same has to be changed in the module code also (if i can recall it correctly).

      Its very tough to recall the excat code functionality....what i can suggest u is extract the code and then check the functionality.

      Thanks

      Amit Srivastava

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