int gnutls_ocsp_resp_get_responder2(gnutls_ocsp_resp_const_t resp, gnutls_datum_t * dn, unsigned flags);
- gnutls_ocsp_resp_const_t resp
should contain a gnutls_ocsp_resp_t type
- gnutls_datum_t * dn
newly allocated buffer with name
- unsigned flags
zero or GNUTLS_X509_DN_FLAG_COMPAT
This function will extract the name of the Basic OCSP Response in the provided buffer. The name will be in the form "C=xxxx,O=yyyy,CN=zzzz" as described in RFC2253. The output string will be ASCII or UTF-8 encoded, depending on the certificate data.
If the responder ID is not a name but a hash, this function will return zero and the dn elements will be set to NULL.
The caller needs to deallocate memory by calling gnutls_free() on
When the flag GNUTLS_X509_DN_FLAG_COMPAT is specified, the output format will match the format output by previous to 3.5.6 versions of GnuTLS which was not not fully RFC4514-compliant.
On success, GNUTLS_E_SUCCESS (0) is returned, otherwise a negative error code is returned. When no data exist it will return GNUTLS_E_REQUESTED_DATA_NOT_AVAILABLE.
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