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 secure
true 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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