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About Encription and decryption in java

Posted on 2003-11-24
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i have encripted a string by fetching from a database and using cipher class with base64 method and stored it again in to the database .Now while fetching from database and decripting im getting exception .Can anybody guide me how to decrypt an encrypted String from a database and display that decripted string.

(i have used DESede/ECB/PKCS5Padding algorithm)
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thanking u
shiva
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I just use java xoring for encryption, simple and sweet!
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what is the exception you get??
what is the database field type??
The problem may that when you encrypt the string, you get characters that cannot be stored in the db. So, when retrieving it back, you get an invalid string, so the decryption can't run on it.
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