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BIP Can you encrypt a file using PGP Encryption with AES-256 Cipher

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Hello,

I set up a Data Model and report layout to extract data in an xml file. My next step is to encrypt the file using PGP with the AES-256 cipher. I'm able to set up PGP encryption successfully by following this guide. https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/otbi/otbi-pub-admin/use-pgp-keys-encrypted-report-delivery.html. The file is encrypted and upload it to my WebContent server. Our customer has a security requirement of using AES-256 cipher and I was wondering how I can accomplish that.

I see that for PDFs you are able to specify the encryption level to "highest" which is aes-256 and I'm wondering if there's something similar I can do for my xml file. There's also a File Data Encryption section in the administration tab but I can't find out what kind of encryption it uses.

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