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Re: [Muscle] supporting transactions in reader driver
From: David Corcoran (corcoranidentityalliance.com)
Date: Tue May 17 2005 - 09:53:02 CDT
You should be able to export that certificate in ID Ally - double
click on it and say "Copy To File".
Next, import that certificate into Mozilla into the Trusted Root
Authorities .... We will have a new
mailing list for ID Ally as well as a nice new website sometime next
Can you send output on the formatting failures due to driver
transactions ? I'm assuming you wrote
a reader driver for pcscd ?
On May 17, 2005, at 9:29 AM, Nikolay Elenkov wrote:
> I've managed to put together a working driver for my reader (not
> quite as easy as I thought!). I can now connect to the card manager
> in eclipse , list card contents and load applets. I loaded the
> muscle applet, but formatting fails (in muscleTool) because the
> driver doesn't support transactions.
> So my question is: What do I have to add to ifdhandler.c to have
> transactions? (there's nothing in the devkit documents)
> On a side note, I tried xcard and didn't find it too easy to use.
> It took reading the source to understand that "Invalid parameter"
> when trying to format the card means that I have to double-click
> the token name in the tree on the left. "Format Card" should be
> disabled if there are no tokens or none are selected. That said
> exploring the card works well if I format the token with ID Ally.
> Probably better in a new thread, but the self-signed certificate
> generated by ID Ally cannot be used to sign mails in mozilla. That
> is because there is no way (or at least I didn't find any) to add
> it as a trusted certificate in the certificate store. That is in
> Mozilla 1.7.5 on Linux.
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