[Opendnssec-develop] *blush* The experts agree. CKA_ID it is.

Roy Arends roy at nominet.org.uk
Thu Mar 19 15:40:04 UTC 2009

Jakob Schlyter <jakob at kirei.se> wrote on 03/19/2009 04:15:14 PM:

> > Excellent idea! Agreed :-)
> however, it turns out the tools (like opensc's pkcs11-tool only 
> supports hex strings), so I say:
> - the hex digits from the UUID, encoded as hex without separators.
>    e.g. 8D76C0C4-9FEB-4A97-B8E9-20C7552401CE is stored as 
> 8D76C0C49FEB4A97B8E920C7552401CE.
> which is also inline with what Jelte has written code for... ok?

Fine by me. Just to be completely clear, we store the hex representation 
(32 bytes), not the 16 byte value represented by that hex presentation.


Roy Arends
Sr. Researcher
Nominet UK
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