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QCA::CertificateAuthority Class Reference

#include <QtCrypto>

Inheritance diagram for QCA::CertificateAuthority:

Public Member Functions

 CertificateAuthority (const Certificate &cert, const PrivateKey &key, const QString &provider)
 CertificateAuthority (const CertificateAuthority &from)
Certificate certificate () const
Certificate createCertificate (const PublicKey &key, const CertificateOptions &opts) const
CRL createCRL (const QDateTime &nextUpdate) const
CertificateAuthorityoperator= (const CertificateAuthority &from)
Certificate signRequest (const CertificateRequest &req, const QDateTime &notValidAfter) const
CRL updateCRL (const CRL &crl, const QList< CRLEntry > &entries, const QDateTime &nextUpdate) const
- Public Member Functions inherited from QCA::Algorithm
 Algorithm (const Algorithm &from)
void change (Provider::Context *c)
void change (const QString &type, const QString &provider)
Provider::Contextcontext ()
const Provider::Contextcontext () const
Algorithmoperator= (const Algorithm &from)
Providerprovider () const
Provider::ContexttakeContext ()
QString type () const

Additional Inherited Members

- Protected Member Functions inherited from QCA::Algorithm
 Algorithm ()
 Algorithm (const QString &type, const QString &provider)

Detailed Description

A Certificate Authority is used to generate Certificates and Certificate Revocation Lists (CRLs).

Definition at line 2077 of file qca_cert.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

QCA::CertificateAuthority::CertificateAuthority ( const Certificate cert,
const PrivateKey key,
const QString provider 

Create a new Certificate Authority.

certthe CA certificate
keythe private key associated with the CA certificate
providerthe provider to use, if a specific provider is required
QCA::CertificateAuthority::CertificateAuthority ( const CertificateAuthority from)

Copy constructor.

fromthe CertificateAuthority to copy from

Member Function Documentation

Certificate QCA::CertificateAuthority::certificate ( ) const

The Certificate belonging to the CertificateAuthority.

This is the Certificate that was passed as an argument to the constructor

Certificate QCA::CertificateAuthority::createCertificate ( const PublicKey key,
const CertificateOptions opts 
) const

Create a new Certificate.

keythe Public Key to use to create the Certificate
optsthe options to use for the new Certificate
CRL QCA::CertificateAuthority::createCRL ( const QDateTime nextUpdate) const

Create a new Certificate Revocation List (CRL)

nextUpdatethe date that the CRL will be updated
an empty CRL
CertificateAuthority& QCA::CertificateAuthority::operator= ( const CertificateAuthority from)

Standard assignment operator.

fromthe CertificateAuthority to copy from
Certificate QCA::CertificateAuthority::signRequest ( const CertificateRequest req,
const QDateTime notValidAfter 
) const

Create a new Certificate by signing the provider CertificateRequest.

reqthe CertificateRequest to sign
notValidAfterthe last date that the Certificate will be valid
CRL QCA::CertificateAuthority::updateCRL ( const CRL crl,
const QList< CRLEntry > &  entries,
const QDateTime nextUpdate 
) const

Update the CRL to include new entries.

crlthe CRL to update
entriesthe entries to add to the CRL
nextUpdatethe date that this CRL will be updated
the update CRL

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