gnutls_certificate_get_ocsp_expiration — API function
time_t gnutls_certificate_get_ocsp_expiration(gnutls_certificate_credentials_t sc, unsigned idx, int oidx, unsigned flags);
- gnutls_certificate_credentials_t sc
is a credentials structure.
- unsigned idx
is a certificate chain index as returned by gnutls_certificate_set_key() and friends
- int oidx
is an OCSP response index
- unsigned flags
should be zero
This function returns the validity of the loaded OCSP responses, to provide information on when to reload/refresh them.
Note that the credentials structure should be read-only when in use, thus when reloading, either the credentials structure must not be in use by any sessions, or a new credentials structure should be allocated for new sessions.
When oidx is (-1) then the minimum refresh time for all responses is returned. Otherwise the index specifies the response corresponding to the odix certificate in the certificate chain.
On success, the expiration time of the OCSP response. Otherwise (time_t)(-1) on error, or (time_t)-2 on out of bounds.
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