I wish this helpful for you if you can afford the performance penalty, something like this seems to work on clang; in my tests, it compiles to a set of immediate mov's ( gcc works too after fixing the attribute ):
should help you out You are confusing hexadecimal characters and bytes. Two hexadecimal characters can be used to represent a single byte. So your input is likely 16 bytes and your output then becomes 32 bytes. AES is a 128 bits = 16-byte block cipher. PKCS#7 padding is defined to pad 16 byte block ciphers. To make sure that the last byte of the plain text is not mistaken for padding, PKCS#7 padding always pads. This means that in the unfortunate circumstance that the plain text is dividable by 16, it will add an entire block of padding. The padding consists of a string of bytes indicating the length of the string in each byte, so for your case the padding consists of the following bytes, represented by hexadecimals: 10101010101010101010101010101010.
Nhibernate error: The length of the byte value exceeds the length configured in the mapping/parameter
To fix this issue I am transmitting image from server to client. Server capture the screen and convert it to byte array and client receive byte array and convert back it to image. but transmission happens only for few frame and then error occurred. , You are using
NHibernate Image Storage - The length of the byte value exceeds the length configured