Securing files using PGP encryption (Part-2-Decryption): Oracle Integration by Ankur Jain
This is the second part of transferring the secured file over SFTP in Oracle Integration Cloud. In the previous blog, we showcased how to create encrypted files using Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) mechanism.
In the article, we’ll process the encrypted file, decrypt it and print the records into the logs.
I’ll recommend you to check the previous article before going ahead.
To decrypt the file, we would be needing the PGP private key along with the password.
The PGP key private key needs to be uploaded into the FTP connection. Open the FTP connection and click on the Configure Security button. Notice the “PGP Private Key” field, click on the Checkbox and click on the Upload button.
Once we click on the Upload button, it will allow us browsing the file. Browser the PGP private key and click on the Upload button
Enter the PGP private key password Read the complete article here.
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