Does the DAR data support indexes? And do you know which release DAR became
Baker Hughes <baker.hug...@mouser.com> wrote:
>The ENCRYPT uniBasic function is for encrypting something on the fly. Whereas,
>with Data At Rest encryption, you simply specify which fields in the file, or
>the whole file itself, to be encrypted, and the database takes care of the
>encryption/decryption, without any programmer intervention.
>Before we had DAR going I toyed with the ENCRYPT function. If you want a code
>snippet that would demonstrate how this works, email me off list.
>[mailto:u2-users-boun...@listserver.u2ug.org] On Behalf Of John Thompson
>Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 8:51 AM
>To: U2 Users List
>Subject: Re: [U2] ENCRYPT in Universe
>I think I am understanding it a little more now. It seems as long as you
>don't decrypt it or store the keys in an "insecure" place, you are good to go.
> You can just compare the encrypted strings to see if a password matches or
>I'm curious though, whats the difference between the actual Encrypted Files
>features vs. the ENCRYPT function in BASIC?
>I'm guessing you might use encrypted files if you are doing something like
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