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Using Cripto.js inside a xfa form

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Hi Guys,  Do you know if cripto.js or any js encryption library can be used inside a PDF XFA in order to use SHA 1 to encrypt some data fields in the form and add the result to a PDF417 Barcode? 

I know that we can implement js in LC Designer using the script object: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/11.0/DesignerScriptingBasics/WS92d06802c76abadb39b5236b129f691...

but I don't know if this will work with complex JS functions...? 

Thanks in advance for your help,

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Hi,

you can start with these examples to encrypt data in your form.

LiveCycle Blog: SHA512

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Hi,

you can start with these examples to encrypt data in your form.

LiveCycle Blog: SHA512

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Thanks a lot! I will write to the blog author since the link to the base64 encoding form is broken.

Anyway thanks for your answer!

Carlos

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Hi Carlos,

I've fixed the broken links.

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Thank you very much!!!! So you are the author !!!!!