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> Well, on the bright side I guess the extreme overhead of basing DSIG and
> Encryption on XPath rather than some standardized serialization of the
Extreme overhead? Hardly. It's just a processing model, no more or
less efficient than infoset.
> I'd suspect that any reasonable implementation of c14n is actually
> working at a level equivalent to the Infoset internally, anyway - it
> just serializes the Infoset out following the special rules for c14n
> XML. Is there any other way of handling c14n that's not equivalent to this?
You can do a SAX-based C14N. If you think that's infoset, then I guess
my point is proved that the infoset is so general that it's useful for
Rich Salz, Chief Security Architect
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