Specifies an object identifier for the encapsulated data of a signed message.
- macOS 10.5–10.7Deprecated
The CMSEncoder reference returned by the
The object identifier for the encapsulated data in a signed message.
A result code. See Security Framework Result Codes.
In a signed message, the signed data consists of any type of content (referred to as the encapsulated content, because it is encapsulated in the signed data) plus the signature values. You can indicate the content type of the encapsulated data by specifying an object identifier (OID) in the
e parameter of this function. The default value for the OID (used if this function is not called) is
id-data. This is the normal encapsulated content type for applications such as S/MIME, which uses it to indicate MIME-encoded content. You can pass any value that is meaningful to your application. Examples of CMS OIDs are listed in http://www.imc.org/ietf-smime/other-smime-oids.asn.
If you do call this function, you must call it before the first call to the
CMSEncoder for new development.