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Esys Context ESYS_CONTEXT

Synopsis

Typedefs

typedef struct Esys_context Esys_context

Functions

TSS2_RC Esys_Initialize (Esys_context **esys_context, TSS2_TCTI_CONTEXT *tcti, TSS2_ABI_VERSION *abiVersion)
TSS2_RC Esys_GetTcti (Esys_context *esys_context, TSS2_TCTI_CONTEXT **tcti)
TSS2_RC Esys_GetPollHandles (Esys_context *esys_context, TSS2_TCTI_POLL_HANDLE **handles, size_t *count)
TSS2_RC Esys_SetTimeout (Esys_context *esys_context, int32_t timeout)
TSS2_RC Esys_GetSysContext (Esys_context *esys_context, TSS2_SYS_CONTEXT **sys_context)
TSS2_RC Esys_SetCryptoCallbacks (Esys_context *esysContext, ESYS_CRYPTO_CALLBACKS *callbacks)
void Esys_Free (void *__ptr)

Detailed Description

An Esys_context holds tdata for the connection to the TPM as well as the metadata for TPM Resource; such as Transient key, Persistent objects, NV spaces, Sessions or PCRs.

Typedef Documentation

Esys_context

Reference to the ESYS_CONTEXT that holds data for the connection to the TPM as well as the metadata for TPM Resource; such as Transient key, Persistent objects, NV spaces, Sessions or PCRs.

Function Documentation

TSS2_RC Esys_GetPollHandles (ESYS_CONTEXT * esys_context, TSS2_TCTI_POLL_HANDLE ** handles, size_t * count)

Return the poll handles of the used TCTI.

The connection to the TPM is held using a TCTI. These may optionally provide handles that can be used to poll for incoming data. This is useful when using the asynchronous function of ESAPI in an event-loop model.

Parameters

esys_context [in] The Esys_context.
handles [out] The poll handles (callee-allocated, use free())
count [out] The number of poll handles.

Return values

TSS2_RC_SUCCESS on Success.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_REFERENCE if esysContext, handles or count is NULL.
TSS2_RCs produced by lower layers of the software stack.

TSS2_RC Esys_GetSysContext (ESYS_CONTEXT * esys_context, TSS2_SYS_CONTEXT ** sys_context)

Helper function that returns sys contest from the give esys context.

Function returns sys contest from the give esys context.

Parameters

esys_context [in] ESYS context.
sys_context [out] SYS context.

Return values

TSS2_RC_SUCCESS on Success.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_REFERENCE if esys_context of sys_context are NULL.

TSS2_RC Esys_GetTcti (ESYS_CONTEXT * esys_context, TSS2_TCTI_CONTEXT ** tcti)

Return the used TCTI context.

If a tcti context was passed into Esys_Initialize then this tcti context is return. If NULL was passed in, then NULL will be returned. This function is useful before Esys_Finalize to retrieve the tcti context and perform a clean Tss2_Tcti_Finalize.

Parameters

esys_context [in] The Esys_context.
tcti [out] The TCTI context used to connect to the TPM (may be NULL).

Return values

TSS2_RC_SUCCESS on Success.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_REFERENCE if esysContext or tcti is NULL.

TSS2_RC Esys_Initialize (ESYS_CONTEXT ** esys_context, TSS2_TCTI_CONTEXT * tcti, TSS2_ABI_VERSION * abiVersion)

Initialize an Esys_context for further use.

Initialize an Esys_context that holds all the state and metadata information during an interaction with the TPM. If not specified, load a TCTI in this order: Library libtss2-tcti-default.so (link to the preferred TCTI) Library libtss2-tcti-tabrmd.so (tabrmd) Device /dev/tpmrm0 (kernel resident resource manager) Device /dev/tpm0 (hardware TPM) TCP socket localhost:2321 (TPM simulator)

Parameters

esys_context [out] The Esys_context.
tcti [in] The TCTI context used to connect to the TPM (may be NULL).
abiVersion [in,out] The abi version to check and the abi version supported by this implementation (may be NULL).

Return values

TSS2_ESYS_RC_SUCCESS if the function call was a success.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_REFERENCE if esysContext is NULL.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MEMORY if the ESAPI cannot allocate enough memory to create the context.
TSS2_RCs produced by lower layers of the software stack may be returned to the caller unaltered unless handled internally.

TSS2_RC Esys_SetCryptoCallbacks (ESYS_CONTEXT * esysContext, ESYS_CRYPTO_CALLBACKS * callbacks)

Set Crypto Callbacks

This is an advanced functionality that should be used with caution and by those who know exactly what they are doing. This function provides the ability to set and restore to the original state, the cryptographic callbacks that ESAPI uses internally. This is useful for custom builds where runtime configurable cryptography is beneficial over a configure time, --with-crypto=<ossl|mbed> backend.

Parameters

esysContext The Esys_context.
callbacks The user define crypto callbacks or NULL for a reset to the ./configure time state.

Return values

TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_REFERENCE is esysContext is NULL.
TSS2_TSS2_ESYS_RC_CALLBACK_NULL if a required callback pointer is NULL.
USER_DEFINED user defined errors if the user callback fails.

Note

If ./configure --with-crypto=none, ESAPI functions that need crypto will fail with TSS2_TSS2_ESYS_RC_CALLBACK_NULL until the application registers callbacks. Under the same scenario, It will also fail if the application resets the state back to the original state.

TSS2_RC Esys_SetTimeout (ESYS_CONTEXT * esys_context, int32_t timeout)

Set the timeout of Esys asynchronous functions.

Sets the timeout for the _finish() functions in the asynchronous versions of the Esys commands.

Parameters

esys_context [in] The Esys_context.
timeout [in] The timeout in ms or -1 to block indefinately.

Return values

TSS2_RC_SUCCESS on Success.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_REFERENCE if esysContext is NULL.

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