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    Default Help reading large files

    Hello,

    I hope you can help me puzzle this newbie conundrum out !

    My eventual goal is to create an RSAPSS digital signature of a file.

    This question specifically relates to the update method prior to calling the sign method.

    As you probably know, update() accepts input of ByteBuffer, byte and byte[].

    I know for a fact that many files I will be dealing with will be quite big (low single digit GB in size). And therefore its a fact I will need to write appropriate code to read the files, otherwise my app will be very slow.

    Looking around the internet, I have found this blog post which suggests either a "FileChannel with a direct ByteBuffer and array reads" or "FileChannel with a wrapped array ByteBuffer and direct array access" are the way to go.

    The blog article gives examples, which I sort of understand, but as a newbie to Java I'm not quite clear how I can integrate the update() method.

    Probably a very simple answer, but I'm suffering a bit of code-writer's block, so perhaps someone would be kind enough to help me understand what I need to do ?

    Thank you in advance !

    P.S. If it is of any significance, I will likely be using the IAIK crypto toolkit. RSAPss javadoc can be found here.
    Last edited by JavaLatte; 05-11-2011 at 02:32 PM.

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