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IBM Encript attributes on a ISIM Custom Adapter
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g***@gmail.com
2018-06-05 16:19:08 UTC
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Hi,

I wondering if is possible to encrypt passwords or any other parameters using SHA or any other encryption algorithm on SDI, our client make us this request to develop a new integration, don't know if we can make this using a public key (Similar to the process executed by the IBM SDI Password Sync using PKS)

The issue is that the new web service receive this password attribute encrypted, the say they can give to us the seed, salt or cert if we need to.

Regards,
yn2000
2018-06-05 18:26:01 UTC
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I am not sure the real context on your requirement (you may open IBM PMR for your specific case and/or does not want to share your case in public), but I believe I have done something similar, in case you are just looking for answer whether it is possible or not.

For rule-of-thumb, if you can do the task in Java command, then most likely you can do it in javascript within SDI environment. So, 'they' (in your case) should provide the instruction on how to consume the web service related to the password attribute; and then you translate it to SDI scripting.

Rgds. YN.
Eddie Hartman
2018-06-06 08:20:12 UTC
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Post by g***@gmail.com
Hi,
I wondering if is possible to encrypt passwords or any other parameters using SHA or any other encryption algorithm on SDI, our client make us this request to develop a new integration, don't know if we can make this using a public key (Similar to the process executed by the IBM SDI Password Sync using PKS)
The issue is that the new web service receive this password attribute encrypted, the say they can give to us the seed, salt or cert if we need to.
Regards,
Yessir, since you can do encrypting/decryption as desired in Java then you can do this in TDI using the same Java classes and calls. You just have to orchestrate the Java work in a Javascript snippet.

/Eddie

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