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dane_raw_tlsa - API function


#include <gnutls/dane.h>

int dane_raw_tlsa(dane_state_t s, dane_query_t * r, char *const * dane_data, const int * dane_data_len, int secure, int bogus);


dane_state_t s

The DANE state structure

dane_query_t * r

A structure to place the result

char *const * dane_data

array of DNS rdata items, terminated with a NULL pointer; caller must guarantee that the referenced data remains valid until dane_query_deinit() is called.

const int * dane_data_len

the length n bytes of the dane_data items

int securetrue if the result is validated securely, false if validation failed or the domain queried has no security info
int bogus if the result was not secure (secure = 0) due to a security failure, and the result is due to a security failure, bogus is true.


This function will fill in the TLSA (DANE) structure from the given raw DNS record data. The dane_data must be valid during the lifetime of the query.


On success, DANE_E_SUCCESS (0) is returned, otherwise a negative error value.


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