mongoc_client_set_ssl_opts man page
mongoc_client_set_ssl_opts — mongoc_client_set_ssl_opts()
#ifdef MONGOC_ENABLE_SSL mongoc_client_set_ssl_opts (mongoc_client_t *client, const mongoc_ssl_opt_t *opts); #endif
Sets the SSL options to use when connecting to SSL enabled MongoDB servers.
Beginning in version 1.2.0, once a client has any SSL options set, all connections use SSL, even if ssl=true is omitted from the MongoDB URI. Before, SSL options were ignored unless ssl=true was included in the URI.
The mongoc_ssl_opt_t struct is copied by the client along with the strings it points to (pem_file, pem_pwd, ca_file, ca_dir, and crl_file) so they don't have to remain valid after the call to mongoc_client_set_ssl_opts.
It is a programming error to call this function on a client from a mongoc_client_pool_t. Instead, call mongoc_client_pool_set_ssl_opts on the pool before popping any clients.
- client: A mongoc_client_t.
- opts: A mongoc_ssl_opt_t. The struct is copied by the client, but the strings it points to are not.
This feature requires that the MongoDB C driver was compiled with --enable-ssl.
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