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Fabrizio Sgura
2007-01-31 09:15:54
Hi, I just have a question regarding your product Oracle2Access.
Actually I manage an oracle db, running on Oracle 10gR2.
The whole data, which are stored daily, come from an application written by a partner. Thay store some fields with encryption, to protect addresses, names and so on. I just would like to have a rapid system to export everything in mdb format, without writing code and so my question is: what will be the behaviour of your application regarding data encryption on the tables ? Of course, I know the 3DES key they use to store the data; does your application supporto reverse encryption importing db in access ?
Thank you for your interest.
HXTT Support
2007-01-31 16:57:27
Supported by HXTT Access. At Security Functions, DECRYPT(content,cKey,cCryptMethod): Returns a decrypted byte[]. cCryptMethod should be 'DES', 'TRIDES', or 'BLOWFISH' now. We can provide development service to write a simple application to replace your current application.

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