This module allows you to validate signed OOXML files. It has support for checking signatures, timestamps and several other features.
npm run build
to build the module.
npm run generate-docs
to generate the documentation
You can use the module as follows:
const ooxmlvalidator = require('ooxmlvalidator'); let docx = new ooxmlvalidator.OOXMLValidator(fs.readFileSync('sample.docx')); docx.addSigningTruststore(loadTrustStoreFromJSON('sign.json')); docx.addTimestampingTruststore(loadTrustStoreFromJSON('timestamp.json')); docx.validate().then(result => console.log(result));
After validation you can also access the
validationInfo field of the validator to get the validation results. Please note that validation does not finish after the
validate() call since it returns a
Promise, so it's better to use
Promise chaining or
await in async functions.
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