There are two types of requests related to Flash Media Rights Management Server 1.x compatibility. One type of request is used to prompt 1.x clients to upgrade to a runtime that supports Adobe Primetime DRM 2.0 or later. Another is used to update 1.x metadata to the Primetime DRM format before a license can be requested. Support for these requests is only needed if you previously deployed any content that uses FMRMS 1.0 or 1.5.
If an FMRMS 1.x client contacts a Adobe Primetime DRM server, the server needs to prompt the client to upgrade.
The request handler class is
The request URL is “Base URL from 1.x content” + " /edcws/services/urn:EDCLicenseService"
Unlike other Adobe Primetime request handlers, this handler does not provide access to any request information or require any response data to be set. Create an instance of the
FMRMSv1RequestHandler, and then call
If an Adobe Access client encounters content packaged with Flash Media Rights Management Server 1.x, it will extract the encryption metadata from the content and send it to the server. The server will convert the FMRMS 1.x metadata into the Adobe Access format and send it back to the client. The client then sends the updated metadata in a standard Adobe Access license request.
The metadata conversion could be done on the fly when the server receives the old metadata from the client. Alternatively, the server could preprocess the old content and store the converted metadata; in this case, when the client requests new metadata, the server just needs to fetch the new metadata matching the license identifier of the old metadata.
To convert metadata, the server must perform the following steps:
LiveCycleKeyMetaData. To pre-convert the metadata,
LiveCycleKeyMetaDatacan be obtained from a 1.x packaged file using
MediaEncrypter.examineEncryptedContent(). The metadata is also included in the metadata conversion request (
V2KeyParametersobject (which you retrieve by calling
SigningCredential, which is the packager credential issued by Adobe used to sign encryption metadata. Get the
SignatureParametersobject by calling
MediaEncrypter.getSignatureParameters()and fill in the signing credential.
MetaDataConverter.convertMetadata()to obtain the
V2ContentMetaData.getBytes()and store for future use, or call