JG Command (encrypt pinblock) and key scheme

Apr 23, 2011 at 11:43 AM

Hi,

I have a question about JG Command and passing triple length ZPK key with scheme T. I'm using command as follows:

0000
JG
T A5E7 D4FE 829B 0D83 C5E7 3526 36C1 6C78 27E1 9734 9E34 A5CD
01
123456789012
01234

But the response from simulator is "Invalid key scheme". What am i doing wrong ? I found that, key scheme definition is forbidding me to pass T key schema ("MultiFormatKey.xml")

<Field>
<Name>#replace#</Name>
<Notes>Triple-Length Variant</Notes>
<Length>48</Length>
<Type>Hexadecimal</Type>
<DependentField>#replace# Scheme</DependentField>
 <DependentValue>Y</DependentValue>
</Field>

<Field>
<Name>#replace#</Name>
<Notes>Triple-Length ANSI</Notes>
<Length>48</Length>
<Type>Hexadecimal</Type>
<DependentField>#replace# Scheme</DependentField>
<DependentValue>Y</DependentValue>
</Field>

Is this definition correct, doesn't the "Triple-Length Variant" should have T prefix ?

 

Apr 25, 2011 at 8:39 AM
Edited Apr 25, 2011 at 8:39 AM

You're obviously right, thanks for spotting that. Fixed at changeset 64450, you may also download the latest development build.

Apr 25, 2011 at 2:53 PM

Thank you for quick response.