Within PL/SQL, I'll be creating some web content and streaming that to the browser. However, I want to implement a single sign on between my PL/SQL application and a 3rd party app. To do so, I'd like to encrypt the userID and key using RC4 encryption, and pass those in the query string. Within the 3rd party app (classic asp), I'll decrypt those variables and automate the login.
How do I use the SYS.dbms_crypto_toolkit to encrypt a string? Or is this even possible?
We are using Oracle 9i.
Code snippets welcome!
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