We are using iPlanet ECXpert 3.5 as an EDI gateway.
Now, i have developed an application using ECXpert Java API classes where it uses JEcxSubmit.submit() function to submit documents. The problem is that before using the submit method i need to provide the JEcxSubmit.setPassword() method to provide the sender's password which is stored as encrypted in the database. Can anyone tell me how to decrypt the password. I had tried the JEcxCrypto.decrypt method but it always throw JNI exception with err#1.
Please let me know if anybody has the solution.
hmmmm. It's been awhile but I suspect you have to know the password and set it in clear. In other words, you can't submit documents on behalf of a sender for whom you don't know the password.
I think there is a setting that allows a member (admin powers???) to submit on behalf of another sender.
Very suspect observation because it's been awhile since I fussed with ECXpe