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xmlsec-templatesign - Sign a template XML signature file
xmlsec-templatesign [-s distinguished-name] [-h string] [-c] (-d | -e | -r) private-key password input
xmlsec-templatesign signs a template XML signature file using the Apache XML Security for C++ library. The resulting signed file is printed to standard output. The signing key is specified with one of -d (for a DSA key), -e (for an EC key), or -r (for an RSA key). The key must be stored in a PEM-encoded file, and the password for that file must be given on the command line.
Note that each option must be given as a separate argument. --dsakey, -d The provided private-key file is a PEM-encoded DSA private key. --eckey, -e The provided private-key file is a PEM-encoded EC private key. --rsakey, -r The provided private-key file is a PEM-encoded RSA private key. --clearkeys, -c Clear out any current KeyInfo elements in the file. --hmackey string, -h string Use the HMAC key specified by string. --x509subjectname name, -s name The provided name will be set as SubjectName in X.509.
This manual page was written by Russ Allbery for Debian.
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