Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 454758
Software Repository's "MD5" and "SHA-256" fields allow more than 32 and 64 chars
Last modified: 2011-01-31 12:48:25 EST
the MD5 field should only allow 32 chars (otherwise it won't be a valid MD5), similarly, the SHA-256 field should only allow 64 chars. It would be an easy way to catch errors if the UI would only allow the user to enter the allowed number of chars and no more.
Data relocated from Jira (JBNET-1838)
I think we ought to implement the validation in the application layer as well to make things robust. We will need it there anyway if we every expose this functionality as a service as some have requested.
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