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CL_CrlGetFirstCachedFieldValue(3)	     CL_CrlGetFirstCachedFieldValue(3)

       CL_CrlGetFirstCachedFieldValue,	CSSM_CL_CrlGetFirstCachedFieldValue  -
       Get field values from the cached CRL (CDSA)

       # include <cdsa/cssm.h>

       API:    CSSM_RETURN     CSSMAPI	   CSSM_CL_CrlGetFirstCachedFieldValue
       (CSSM_CL_HANDLE	CLHandle, CSSM_HANDLE CrlHandle, const CSSM_DATA *Crl‐
       RecordIndex, const CSSM_OID *CrlField,  CSSM_HANDLE_PTR	ResultsHandle,
       uint32	 *NumberOfMatchedFields,   CSSM_DATA_PTR   *FieldValue)	  SPI:
       CSSM_RETURN  CSSMCLI   CL_CrlGetFirstCachedFieldValue   (CSSM_CL_HANDLE
       CLHandle, CSSM_HANDLE CrlHandle, const CSSM_DATA *CrlRecordIndex, const
       CSSM_OID *CrlField, CSSM_HANDLE_PTR  ResultsHandle,  uint32  *NumberOf‐
       MatchedFields, CSSM_DATA_PTR *FieldValue)

       Common Security Services Manager library (

       The handle that describes the add-in Certificate Library module used to
       perform this function.  A handle identifying a CRL that the application
       has  temporarily cached with the Certificate Library module. The refer‐
       enced CRL is searched for the field values identified by CrlField.   An
       index value identifying a particular revocation record in a cached CRL.
       If an index value is supplied, the scan for the field values identified
       by CrlField is limited to the preselected revocation record.  A pointer
       to an object identifier that identifies the field value to be extracted
       from  the  CRL.	 A  pointer  to the CSSM_HANDLE that should be used to
       obtain any additional matching fields.  The total number of fields that
       match  the CrlField OID. This count includes the first match, which was
       returned by this function.  A pointer to the structure  containing  the
       value  of  the  requested  field.  The  structure  and  the  field at I
       "(*FieldValue)->Data"  are  allocated  by  the  service	provider.  The
       CSSM_CL_FreeFieldValue()	 (CSSM	API), or CL_FreeFieldValue() (CL SPI),
       function can be used to deallocate *FieldValue and (*FieldValue)->Data.

       This function returns a single structure containing a set of field val‐
       ues  from  the  cached  CRL  identified	by  CrlHandle  parameter.  The
       selected fields are designated by the CSSM_OID CrlField	parameter  and
       returned	 in  the output parameter FieldValue.  The OID also identifies
       the data format of the values returned to the caller.  If multiple OIDs
       designate  the  same  CRL  field, then each such OID defines a distinct
       data format  for	 the  returned	values.	 The  function	CSSM_CL_CrlDe‐
       scribeFormat() (CSSM API), or CL_CrlDescribeFormat() (CL SPI), provides
       a list of all CSSM_OID values supported	by  a  CL  module  for	naming
       fields of a CRL.

       The  search can be limited to a particular revocation record within the
       CRL. A single record is identified  by  the  CrlRecordIndex  parameter,
       which  is  returned  by	the function CSSM_CL_IsCertInCachedCrl() (CSSM
       API), or CL_IsCertInCachedCrl() (CL SPI).  If no record index  is  sup‐
       plied, the search is initiated from the beginning of the CRL.

       The  CRL	 can be signed or unsigned. This function does not perform any
       signature verification on the CRL fields or the CRL records.  Each  CRL
       record  can  be	digitally signed when it is added to the CRL using the
       function CSSM_CL_CrlAddCert() (CSSM API), or CL_CrlAddCert() (CL	 SPI).
       The  caller  can	 examine fields in the CRL and CRL records at any time
       using this function.

       The CrlField OID can identify a single  occurrence  of  a  set  of  CRL
       fields  or multiple occurrences of a set of CRL fields. If the CrlField
       OID matches more than one occurrence, this function outputs  the	 total
       number  of matches and a ResultsHandle to be used as input to CSSM_Crl‐
       GetNextFieldValue() (CSSM API), or CrlGetNextFieldValue() (CL SPI),  to
       retrieve	 the  remaining	 matches.  The	first match is returned as the
       return value of this function.

       This function determines the complete set of  matches.  The  number  of
       matches	and the selected field values do not change between this func‐
       tion and subsequent calls to CSSM_CL_CrlGetNextFieldValue() (CSSM API),
       or CL_CrlGetNextFieldValue() (CL SPI).

       A CSSM_RETURN value indicating success or specifying a particular error
       condition. The value CSSM_OK indicates success. All other values repre‐
       sent an error condition.

       Errors	are   described	  in   the   CDSA   technical  standard.   See


       Intel CDSA Application Developer's Guide (see CDSA_intro(3))

       Reference Pages

       Functions for the CSSM API:

       CSSM_CL_CrlGetNextCachedFieldValue(3),	 CSSM_CL_IsCertInCachedCrl(3),
       CSSM_CL_CrlAbortQuery(3),     CSSM_CL_CrlCache(3),    CSSM_CL_CrlAbort‐
       Cache(3), CSSM_CL_CrlDescribeFormat(3), CSSM_CL_FreeFieldValue(3)

       Functions for the CLI SPI:

       CL_CrlGetNextCachedFieldValue(3), CL_IsCertInCachedCrl(3), CL_CrlAbort‐
       Query(3), CL_CrlCache(3), CL_CrlAbortCache(3), CL_CrlDescribeFormat(3),


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