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Stored procedures
Opens the Windows window used to find out the properties of a certificate. This window is as follows:
Example
MyCertificate is Certificate
 
// Open the certificate picker of Windows
MyCertificate = CertificateSelect()
 
// Cancelation or error
IF MyCertificate.Name = "" THEN
RETURN
END
 
// Checks whether the selected certificate is valid for signing
IF MyCertificate.ValidForSignature = False THEN
Info("The selected certificate cannot be used to generate a signature.")
RETURN
END
 
// Retrieve the buffer containing the signature
bufSignature is Buffer
bufSignature = CertificateSignString("Character string to sign", MyCertificate)
 
// Retrieve the certificate found in the signature buffer
MyExtractedCertificate is Certificate
MyExtractedCertificate = CertificateExtract(buffSignature)
 
// Manage the errors
IF MyExtractedCertificate = Null THEN
RETURN
END
 
// Open the window for certificate properties
CertificateOpenProperties(MyExtractedCertificate)
MyCertificate is Certificate
 
// Open the certificate picker of Windows
MyCertificate = CertificateSelect()
 
// Cancelation or error
IF MyCertificate.Name = "" THEN
RETURN
END
 
// Checks whether the selected certificate is valid for signing
IF MyCertificate.ValidForSignature = False THEN
Info("The selected certificate cannot be used to generate a signature.")
RETURN
END
 
// Retrieve the buffer containing the signature
bufSignature is Buffer
bufSignature = CertificateSignString("Character string to sign", MyCertificate)
 
// Retrieve the certificate found in the signature buffer
MyExtractedCertificate is Certificate
MyExtractedCertificate = CertificateExtract(buffSignature)
 
// Manage the errors
IF MyExtractedCertificate = Null THEN
RETURN
END
 
// Open the window for certificate properties
MyExtractedCertificate.OpenProperties()
Syntax
<Result> = CertificateOpenProperties(<Certificate>)
<Result>: Boolean
  • True if the window for certificate properties was opened,
  • False otherwise.
<Certificate>: Certificate variable
Name of the Certificate variable containing the certificate whose properties must be displayed.
Component: wd270std.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 16
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