Esys_ActivateCredential man page

Esys_ActivateCredential

Synopsis

Functions

TSS2_RC Esys_ActivateCredential_Async (ESYS_CONTEXT *esysContext, ESYS_TR activateHandle, ESYS_TR keyHandle, ESYS_TR shandle1, ESYS_TR shandle2, ESYS_TR shandle3, const TPM2B_ID_OBJECT *credentialBlob, const TPM2B_ENCRYPTED_SECRET *secret)
TSS2_RC Esys_ActivateCredential (ESYS_CONTEXT *esysContext, ESYS_TR activateHandle, ESYS_TR keyHandle, ESYS_TR shandle1, ESYS_TR shandle2, ESYS_TR shandle3, const TPM2B_ID_OBJECT *credentialBlob, const TPM2B_ENCRYPTED_SECRET *secret, TPM2B_DIGEST **certInfo)
TSS2_RC Esys_ActivateCredential_Finish (ESYS_CONTEXT *esysContext, TPM2B_DIGEST **certInfo)

Detailed Description

ESAPI function to invoke the TPM2_ActivateCredential command either as a one-call or in an asynchronous manner.

Function Documentation

TSS2_RC Esys_ActivateCredential (ESYS_CONTEXT * esysContext, ESYS_TR activateHandle, ESYS_TR keyHandle, ESYS_TR shandle1, ESYS_TR shandle2, ESYS_TR shandle3, const TPM2B_ID_OBJECT * credentialBlob, const TPM2B_ENCRYPTED_SECRET * secret, TPM2B_DIGEST ** certInfo)

One-Call function for TPM2_ActivateCredential

This function invokes the TPM2_ActivateCredential command in a one-call variant. This means the function will block until the TPM response is available. All input parameters are const. The memory for non-simple output parameters is allocated by the function implementation.

Parameters:

esysContext The ESYS_CONTEXT.
activateHandle Handle of the object associated with certificate in credentialBlob.
keyHandle Loaded key used to decrypt the TPMS_SENSITIVE in credentialBlob.
shandle1 Session handle for authorization of activateHandle
shandle2 Session handle for authorization of keyHandle
shandle3 Third session handle.
credentialBlob The credential.
secret KeyHandle algorithm-dependent encrypted seed that protects credentialBlob.
certInfo The decrypted certificate information. (callee-allocated)

Return values:

TSS2_RC_SUCCESS if the function call was a success.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_REFERENCE if the esysContext or required input pointers or required output handle references are NULL.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_CONTEXT if esysContext corruption is detected.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MEMORY if the ESAPI cannot allocate enough memory for internal operations or return parameters.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_SEQUENCE if the context has an asynchronous operation already pending.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_INSUFFICIENT_RESPONSE if the TPM's response does not at least contain the tag, response length, and response code.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MALFORMED_RESPONSE if the TPM's response is corrupted.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_RSP_AUTH_FAILED if the response HMAC from the TPM did not verify.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MULTIPLE_DECRYPT_SESSIONS if more than one session has the 'decrypt' attribute bit set.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MULTIPLE_ENCRYPT_SESSIONS if more than one session has the 'encrypt' attribute bit set.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_TR if any of the ESYS_TR objects are unknown to the ESYS_CONTEXT or are of the wrong type or if required ESYS_TR objects are ESYS_TR_NONE.
TSS2_RCs produced by lower layers of the software stack may be returned to the caller unaltered unless handled internally.

TSS2_RC Esys_ActivateCredential_Async (ESYS_CONTEXT * esysContext, ESYS_TR activateHandle, ESYS_TR keyHandle, ESYS_TR shandle1, ESYS_TR shandle2, ESYS_TR shandle3, const TPM2B_ID_OBJECT * credentialBlob, const TPM2B_ENCRYPTED_SECRET * secret)

Asynchronous function for TPM2_ActivateCredential

This function invokes the TPM2_ActivateCredential command in a asynchronous variant. This means the function will return as soon as the command has been sent downwards the stack to the TPM. All input parameters are const. In order to retrieve the TPM's response call Esys_ActivateCredential_Finish.

Parameters:

esysContext The ESYS_CONTEXT.
activateHandle Handle of the object associated with certificate in credentialBlob.
keyHandle Loaded key used to decrypt the TPMS_SENSITIVE in credentialBlob.
shandle1 Session handle for authorization of activateHandle
shandle2 Session handle for authorization of keyHandle
shandle3 Third session handle.
credentialBlob The credential.
secret KeyHandle algorithm-dependent encrypted seed that protects credentialBlob.

Return values:

ESYS_RC_SUCCESS if the function call was a success.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_REFERENCE if the esysContext or required input pointers or required output handle references are NULL.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_CONTEXT if esysContext corruption is detected.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MEMORY if the ESAPI cannot allocate enough memory for internal operations or return parameters.
TSS2_RCs produced by lower layers of the software stack may be returned to the caller unaltered unless handled internally.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MULTIPLE_DECRYPT_SESSIONS if more than one session has the 'decrypt' attribute bit set.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MULTIPLE_ENCRYPT_SESSIONS if more than one session has the 'encrypt' attribute bit set.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_TR if any of the ESYS_TR objects are unknown to the ESYS_CONTEXT or are of the wrong type or if required ESYS_TR objects are ESYS_TR_NONE.

TSS2_RC Esys_ActivateCredential_Finish (ESYS_CONTEXT * esysContext, TPM2B_DIGEST ** certInfo)

Asynchronous finish function for TPM2_ActivateCredential

This function returns the results of a TPM2_ActivateCredential command invoked via Esys_ActivateCredential_Finish. All non-simple output parameters are allocated by the function's implementation. NULL can be passed for every output parameter if the value is not required.

Parameters:

esysContext The ESYS_CONTEXT.
certInfo The decrypted certificate information. (callee-allocated)

Return values:

TSS2_RC_SUCCESS on success
ESYS_RC_SUCCESS if the function call was a success.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_REFERENCE if the esysContext or required input pointers or required output handle references are NULL.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_CONTEXT if esysContext corruption is detected.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MEMORY if the ESAPI cannot allocate enough memory for internal operations or return parameters.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_BAD_SEQUENCE if the context has an asynchronous operation already pending.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_TRY_AGAIN if the timeout counter expires before the TPM response is received.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_INSUFFICIENT_RESPONSE if the TPM's response does not at least contain the tag, response length, and response code.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_RSP_AUTH_FAILED if the response HMAC from the TPM did not verify.
TSS2_ESYS_RC_MALFORMED_RESPONSE if the TPM's response is corrupted.
TSS2_RCs produced by lower layers of the software stack may be returned to the caller unaltered unless handled internally.

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