KSslErrorUiData

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KSslErrorUiData Class Reference

#include <ksslerroruidata.h>

Public Member Functions

 KSslErrorUiData ()
 
 KSslErrorUiData (const KSslErrorUiData &other)
 
 KSslErrorUiData (const KTcpSocket *socket)
 
 KSslErrorUiData (const QNetworkReply *reply, const QList< QSslError > &sslErrors)
 
 KSslErrorUiData (const QSslSocket *socket)
 
 ~KSslErrorUiData ()
 
KSslErrorUiDataoperator= (const KSslErrorUiData &)
 

Detailed Description

This class can hold all the necessary data from a KTcpSocket to ask the user to continue connecting in the face of SSL errors.

It can be used to carry the data for the UI over time or over thread boundaries.

See also
: KSslCertificateManager::askIgnoreSslErrors()

Definition at line 30 of file ksslerroruidata.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ KSslErrorUiData() [1/4]

KSslErrorUiData::KSslErrorUiData ( )

Default construct an instance with no useful data.

Definition at line 16 of file ksslerroruidata.cpp.

◆ KSslErrorUiData() [2/4]

KSslErrorUiData::KSslErrorUiData ( const KTcpSocket socket)

Create an instance and initialize it with SSL error data from socket.

Deprecated:
since 5.65, use QSslSocket variant

Definition at line 24 of file ksslerroruidata.cpp.

◆ KSslErrorUiData() [3/4]

KSslErrorUiData::KSslErrorUiData ( const QSslSocket socket)

Create an instance and initialize it with SSL error data from socket.

Definition at line 42 of file ksslerroruidata.cpp.

◆ KSslErrorUiData() [4/4]

KSslErrorUiData::KSslErrorUiData ( const QNetworkReply reply,
const QList< QSslError > &  sslErrors 
)

Create an instance and initialize it with SSL error data from reply.

Since
5.62

Definition at line 57 of file ksslerroruidata.cpp.

◆ ~KSslErrorUiData()

KSslErrorUiData::~KSslErrorUiData ( )
default

Destructor.

Since
4.7

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