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Check PDF signature (VERIFYPDF)

The command VERIFYPDF verifies the signed PDF files. The electronic signature of the PDF file will be checked against the public key in the i-effect® keystore. If the entry is present in the keystore, the signature is verified, and integrity and authenticity of the document are guaranteed.
In order to use this command, licenses for the i-effect modules *BASE and *CRYPT are required.
The menu for PDF file verification can be found by entering 12 in the i-effect menu and then menu item 2 "Verify PDF File(s)".
The command "VERIFYPDF" and F4 can also be entered directly from the i-effect menu, if desired.

The following program interface will be displayed:

Description of the parameters:

Input Path (FRMPATH)Determine the path in the IFS file system from which the PDF files should be taken in order to verify the digital signatures.
Input File(s) (FRMIFSFILE)

Determine the PDF documents which are to be read from FRMPATH and then be used. By entering the wildcards "*" and "?" any number of files corresponding to the desired search pattern can be controlled.

*All files of the chosen directory will be edited.
generic*Part of the file name can be substituted with "*." If the first part of the name is entered followed by "*," then all files whose name begins with the desired part will be listed.

The following formats are possible for generic names:
ABC*All files having the characters ABC at the beginning will be used, e.g. ABC, ABCD, ABCTEST.
a*All files whose name is in quotation marks and begins with a will be used, e.g. "a," "aB," and "aD."
*.pdfAll files having the suffix ".pdf" will be used.
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