EncryptedPackageEnvelope.Close Method ()

 
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Closes the encrypted package and the OLE compound file that holds it.

Namespace:   System.IO.Packaging
Assembly:  WindowsBase (in WindowsBase.dll)

public void Close()

The following example shows how to use this method to close an EncryptedPackageEnvelope.

WriteStatus("   Signing the UnsignedPublishLicense\n" +
            "       to build the PublishLicense.");
UseLicense authorsUseLicense;
PublishLicense publishLicense =
    unsignedLicense.Sign(_secureEnv, out authorsUseLicense);

WriteStatus("   Binding the author's UseLicense and");
WriteStatus("       obtaining the CryptoProvider.");
CryptoProvider cryptoProvider = authorsUseLicense.Bind(_secureEnv);

WriteStatus("   Creating the EncryptedPackage.");
Stream packageStream = File.OpenRead(packageFile);
EncryptedPackageEnvelope ePackage =
    EncryptedPackageEnvelope.CreateFromPackage(encryptedFile,
        packageStream, publishLicense, cryptoProvider);

WriteStatus("   Adding an author's UseLicense.");
RightsManagementInformation rmi =
    ePackage.RightsManagementInformation;
rmi.SaveUseLicense(author, authorsUseLicense);

ePackage.Close();
WriteStatus("   Done - Package encryption complete.");

WriteStatus("Verifying package encryption.");
if (EncryptedPackageEnvelope.IsEncryptedPackageEnvelope(encryptedFile))
{
    WriteStatus("   Confirmed - '" + encryptedFilename +
                "' is encrypted.");
}
else
{
    MessageBox.Show("ERROR: '" + encryptedFilename +
        "' is NOT ENCRYPTED.", "Encryption Error",
        MessageBoxButton.OK, MessageBoxImage.Error);
    WriteStatus("ERROR: '" + encryptedFilename +
                "' is NOT ENCRYPTED.\n");
    return false;
}

.NET Framework
Available since 3.0
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