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Windows Rights Management Services (RMS) Software Development Kit: Sep 12

Discussion in 'Networking' started by eddie5659, Sep 14, 2003.

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    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist Thread Starter

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    Hiya

    This SDK demonstrates how to develop RMS-enabled server-side applications.

    RMS publishing applications can be built using either this SDK or the RM client SDK. This SDK is designed for applications intended to run on a server platform. Applications built on the RM client SDK require certain components (such as a Lockbox) that are not available on a server platform.

    The information in this SDK shows you how to encrypt, license, and deliver content on the fly, with a license customized for the requesting client, all in a server-based application. This documentation covers two example scenarios for Web projects that you can create (a protected document library and a protected Web page server), the basic knowledge that you will need to build these scenarios, and a detailed examination of the included sample application.

    System Requirements
    Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003

    The Microsoft® Windows® Rights Management Services (RMS) SDK has the following hardware and software requirements for the development computer, the computer hosting the SDK sample application, and the computer browsing to the sample application's Web page. Note that all of these can be the same computer.

    Development computer
    Software


    The RMS SDK.

    Windows RMS, and any software that it requires, on this computer or another computer that your application can access.
    • Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET version 2002 or later must be installed on your development computer. The objbase.h header file, which defines the compound file structures and functions, must be included in any code referencing these structures or functions. This header is included by atlenc.h. These header files are included with Visual Studio.
    Hardware
    • Whatever hardware requirements the required software needs, plus approximately 1 megabyte additional disk space on your Windows disk or partition, and 700 kilobytes of disk space on your chosen installation disk for this SDK. See the appropriate product documentation to learn its hardware requirements.

    Computer hosting the included sample application
    Note: This can be the same computer as the development computer.
    Software
    • Windows Server 2003.
    • Windows RM client.
    • Windows RMS, or access to a computer hosting Windows RMS.
    Hardware
    • Whatever hardware requirements the software has, plus approximately 1 megabyte additional disk space on your Windows disk or partition, and 700 kilobytes of disk space on your chosen installation disk for this SDK. See the appropriate product documentation to learn its hardware requirements.

    Computer browsing to the sample application
    Note: This can be either of the two previous computers, or a different computer entirely.
    Software
    • Internet Explorer 6 or later.
    • Windows RM client.
    • Rights Management Add-on for Internet Explorer .

    Developer Knowledge
    To use the Windows RMS SDK, you should have:
    • A good understanding of how to use SOAP Web methods.
    • A good understanding of the Microsoft® .NET Framework, the common language runtime, Web Services, and Web Service client proxies.
    • Knowledge of how to create a project that uses both managed and unmanaged code.
    • Strong Web development experience in the technology you choose to present your protected documents.
    • Basic understanding of the compound file format and MHT format, if you wish to use the Rights Management Add-on for Internet Explorer to display your content (as the included sample application does). These documents provide some information on these topics, but an SDK for the Rights Management Add-on for Internet Explorer is available. This SDK includes documentation on compound files, and how to make them. If you plan to use your own application to display protected content, you should have a good understanding of the format it will use.


    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...b9-3e7b-4f70-b6d3-aecc965cd598&DisplayLang=en

    Regards

    eddie
     
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