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Interface SignatureProperty

All Superinterfaces:
public interface SignatureProperty
extends XMLStructure

A representation of the XML SignatureProperty element as defined in the W3C Recommendation for XML-Signature Syntax and Processing. The XML Schema Definition is defined as:

<element name="SignatureProperty" type="ds:SignaturePropertyType"/>
   <complexType name="SignaturePropertyType" mixed="true">
     <choice maxOccurs="unbounded">
       <any namespace="##other" processContents="lax"/>
       <!-- (1,1) elements from (1, unbounded) namespaces -->
     <attribute name="Target" type="anyURI" use="required"/>
     <attribute name="Id" type="ID" use="optional"/>
A SignatureProperty instance may be created by invoking the newSignatureProperty method of the XMLSignatureFactory class; for example:
XMLSignatureFactory factory = XMLSignatureFactory.getInstance("DOM");
   SignatureProperty property = factory.newSignatureProperty
      (Collections.singletonList(content), "#Signature-1", "TimeStamp");
See Also:
XMLSignatureFactory.newSignatureProperty(List, String, String), SignatureProperties



String getTarget()

Returns the target URI of this SignatureProperty.

the target URI of this SignatureProperty (never null)


String getId()

Returns the Id of this SignatureProperty.

the Id of this SignatureProperty (or null if not specified)


List getContent()

Returns an unmodifiable list of one or more XMLStructures that are contained in this SignatureProperty. These represent additional information items concerning the generation of the XMLSignature (i.e. date/time stamp or serial numbers of cryptographic hardware used in signature generation).

an unmodifiable list of one or more XMLStructures

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