Interface NoninterProtocolClient

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public interface NoninterProtocolClient
extends InterProtocolClient

This interface is implemented by classes for the client portion of a non-interactive protocol.

In this context, the party which initiates the protocol is considered the client. Non-interactive means that the client does not need to recieve any information from the server, so the protocol can be used off-line.

A non-interactive protocol can of course also be used on-line and is therefore also considered an Interactive protocol. This is why the NoninterProtocol interfaces extend the InterProtocol interfaces.

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Methods inherited from interface org.logi.crypto.protocols.InterProtocolClient
completed, maxMessageSize, message

Copyright (c) 1997-2001 Logi Ragnarsson - Distributed under the GPL