CSP calls for typical scenarios?
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2005 08:20:02 -0700
Our developed csp works with word signing and email signing in outlook and
makes valid digital signature. However the call to our csp doesn’t quit
follow the csp calls for typical scenarios described in the csp cookbook.
Should the csp follow the described calls exact or do they work more as a
In Outlook for instance we get 2 extra calls to CPhashData and one extra to
CPcreateHash and one extra to CPdestroyHash than is described in csp
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