int dane_query_to_raw_tlsa(dane_query_t q, unsigned int * data_entries, char *** dane_data, int ** dane_data_len, int * secure, int * bogus);
- dane_query_t q
The query result structure
- unsigned int * data_entries
Pointer set to the number of entries in the query
- char *** dane_data
Pointer to contain an 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.
- int ** dane_data_len
Pointer to contain the length n bytes of the dane_data items
- int * secure
Pointer set true if the result is validated securely, false if validation failed or the domain queried has no security info
- int * bogus
Pointer set true if the result was not secure due to a security failure
This function will provide the DANE data from the query response.
The pointers dane_data and dane_data_len are allocated with gnutls_malloc() to contain the data from the query result structure (individual
dane_data items simply point to the original data and are not allocated separately). The returned dane_data are only valid during the lifetime of q .
On success, DANE_E_SUCCESS (0) is returned, otherwise a negative error value.
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