@Generated(value="com.amazonaws:awsjavasdkcodegenerator") public class WrappedKey extends Object implements Serializable, Cloneable, StructuredPojo
Parameter information of a WrappedKeyBlock for encryption key exchange.
Constructor and Description 

WrappedKey() 
Modifier and Type  Method and Description 

WrappedKey 
clone() 
boolean 
equals(Object obj) 
String 
getKeyCheckValueAlgorithm()
The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV).

WrappedKeyMaterial 
getWrappedKeyMaterial()
Parameter information of a WrappedKeyBlock for encryption key exchange.

int 
hashCode() 
void 
marshall(ProtocolMarshaller protocolMarshaller)
Marshalls this structured data using the given
ProtocolMarshaller . 
void 
setKeyCheckValueAlgorithm(String keyCheckValueAlgorithm)
The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV).

void 
setWrappedKeyMaterial(WrappedKeyMaterial wrappedKeyMaterial)
Parameter information of a WrappedKeyBlock for encryption key exchange.

String 
toString()
Returns a string representation of this object.

WrappedKey 
withKeyCheckValueAlgorithm(KeyCheckValueAlgorithm keyCheckValueAlgorithm)
The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV).

WrappedKey 
withKeyCheckValueAlgorithm(String keyCheckValueAlgorithm)
The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV).

WrappedKey 
withWrappedKeyMaterial(WrappedKeyMaterial wrappedKeyMaterial)
Parameter information of a WrappedKeyBlock for encryption key exchange.

public void setWrappedKeyMaterial(WrappedKeyMaterial wrappedKeyMaterial)
Parameter information of a WrappedKeyBlock for encryption key exchange.
wrappedKeyMaterial
 Parameter information of a WrappedKeyBlock for encryption key exchange.public WrappedKeyMaterial getWrappedKeyMaterial()
Parameter information of a WrappedKeyBlock for encryption key exchange.
public WrappedKey withWrappedKeyMaterial(WrappedKeyMaterial wrappedKeyMaterial)
Parameter information of a WrappedKeyBlock for encryption key exchange.
wrappedKeyMaterial
 Parameter information of a WrappedKeyBlock for encryption key exchange.public void setKeyCheckValueAlgorithm(String keyCheckValueAlgorithm)
The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV). It is used to validate the key integrity.
For TDES keys, the KCV is computed by encrypting 8 bytes, each with value of zero, with the key to be checked and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result. For AES keys, the KCV is computed using a CMAC algorithm where the input data is 16 bytes of zero and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result.
keyCheckValueAlgorithm
 The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV).
It is used to validate the key integrity.
For TDES keys, the KCV is computed by encrypting 8 bytes, each with value of zero, with the key to be checked and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result. For AES keys, the KCV is computed using a CMAC algorithm where the input data is 16 bytes of zero and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result.
KeyCheckValueAlgorithm
public String getKeyCheckValueAlgorithm()
The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV). It is used to validate the key integrity.
For TDES keys, the KCV is computed by encrypting 8 bytes, each with value of zero, with the key to be checked and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result. For AES keys, the KCV is computed using a CMAC algorithm where the input data is 16 bytes of zero and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result.
For TDES keys, the KCV is computed by encrypting 8 bytes, each with value of zero, with the key to be checked and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result. For AES keys, the KCV is computed using a CMAC algorithm where the input data is 16 bytes of zero and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result.
KeyCheckValueAlgorithm
public WrappedKey withKeyCheckValueAlgorithm(String keyCheckValueAlgorithm)
The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV). It is used to validate the key integrity.
For TDES keys, the KCV is computed by encrypting 8 bytes, each with value of zero, with the key to be checked and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result. For AES keys, the KCV is computed using a CMAC algorithm where the input data is 16 bytes of zero and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result.
keyCheckValueAlgorithm
 The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV).
It is used to validate the key integrity.
For TDES keys, the KCV is computed by encrypting 8 bytes, each with value of zero, with the key to be checked and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result. For AES keys, the KCV is computed using a CMAC algorithm where the input data is 16 bytes of zero and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result.
KeyCheckValueAlgorithm
public WrappedKey withKeyCheckValueAlgorithm(KeyCheckValueAlgorithm keyCheckValueAlgorithm)
The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV). It is used to validate the key integrity.
For TDES keys, the KCV is computed by encrypting 8 bytes, each with value of zero, with the key to be checked and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result. For AES keys, the KCV is computed using a CMAC algorithm where the input data is 16 bytes of zero and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result.
keyCheckValueAlgorithm
 The algorithm that Amazon Web Services Payment Cryptography uses to calculate the key check value (KCV).
It is used to validate the key integrity.
For TDES keys, the KCV is computed by encrypting 8 bytes, each with value of zero, with the key to be checked and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result. For AES keys, the KCV is computed using a CMAC algorithm where the input data is 16 bytes of zero and retaining the 3 highest order bytes of the encrypted result.
KeyCheckValueAlgorithm
public String toString()
toString
in class Object
Object.toString()
public WrappedKey clone()
public void marshall(ProtocolMarshaller protocolMarshaller)
StructuredPojo
ProtocolMarshaller
.marshall
in interface StructuredPojo
protocolMarshaller
 Implementation of ProtocolMarshaller
used to marshall this object's data.