Enum mas_jose::jwa::SymmetricKey

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#[non_exhaustive]
pub enum SymmetricKey { Hs256(Hs256Key), Hs384(Hs384Key), Hs512(Hs512Key), }

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This enum is marked as non-exhaustive
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Hs256(Hs256Key)

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Hs384(Hs384Key)

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Hs512(Hs512Key)

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impl SymmetricKey

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pub fn new_for_alg( key: Vec<u8>, alg: &JsonWebSignatureAlg ) -> Result<Self, InvalidAlgorithm>

Create a new symmetric key for the given algorithm with the given key.

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Returns an error if the algorithm is not supported.

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pub const fn hs256(key: Vec<u8>) -> Self

Create a new symmetric key using the HS256 algorithm with the given key.

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pub const fn hs384(key: Vec<u8>) -> Self

Create a new symmetric key using the HS384 algorithm with the given key.

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pub const fn hs512(key: Vec<u8>) -> Self

Create a new symmetric key using the HS512 algorithm with the given key.

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