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Bharat Khillari
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Please can naybody help me out...
I have one script called digest on linux when i am passing input
"bharat" to it it's giving me output : "37V7Ll82wfiT28Et1miX1A==".
When i am passing that same string to my java digest class it's giving me output: "[B@3ac748".
Since i have to store that encrypted password in ldap for further authetication what is the proper way for digest please help me out?
Why the results are different?
Bharat A. Khillari
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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Looks like the digest class is interpreting your String as a different type Object other than a String. The output looks like a String representation of the reference to the Object.

However, this topic is not relavant to the JavaRanch forum. This forum is for discussion of the JavaRanch site, not Java. Therefore, I am moving this to Java in General (beginners).
 
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