The CertAddEncodedCTLToStore function creates a certificate trust list (CTL) context from an encoded CTL and adds it to the certificate store. The function makes a copy of the CTL context before adding it to the store.
BOOL CertAddEncodedCTLToStore( HCERTSTORE hCertStore, DWORD dwMsgAndCertEncodingType, const BYTE *pbCtlEncoded, DWORD cbCtlEncoded, DWORD dwAddDisposition, PCCTL_CONTEXT *ppCtlContext );
Handle of a certificate store.
Specifies the type of encoding used. Both the certificate and message encoding types must be specified by combining them with a bitwise-OR operation as shown in the following example:
X509_ASN_ENCODING | PKCS_7_ASN_ENCODING
Currently defined encoding types are:
A pointer to a buffer containing the encoded CTL to be added to the certificate store.
The size, in bytes, of the pbCtlEncoded buffer.
Specifies the action to take if a matching CTL or a link to a matching CTL already exists in the store. Currently defined disposition values and their uses are as follows
||Makes no check for an existing matching CTL or link to a matching CTL. A new CTL is always added to the store. This can lead to duplicates in a store.|
||If a matching CTL or a link to a matching CTL exists, the operation fails. GetLastError returns the CRYPT_E_EXISTS code.|
If a matching CTL or a link to a matching CTL exists, the ThisUpdate times on the CTLs are compared. If the existing CTL has a ThisUpdate time less than the ThisUpdate time on the new CTL, the old CTL or link is replaced just as with CERT_STORE_ADD_REPLACE_EXISTING. If the existing CTL has a ThisUpdate time greater than or equal to the ThisUpdate time on the CTL to be added, the function fails with
GetLastError returning the CRYPT_E_EXISTS code.
If a matching CTL or a link to a matching CTL is not found in the store, a new CTL is added to the store.
||The action is the same as for CERT_STORE_ADD_NEWER, except that if an older CTL is replaced, the properties of the older CTL are incorporated into the replacement CTL.|
||If a matching CTL or a link to a matching CTL exists, the existing CTL or link is deleted and a new CTL is created and added to the store. If a matching CTL or a link to a matching CTL does not exist, one is added.|
||If a matching CTL exists in the store, that existing context is deleted before creating and adding the new context. The added context inherits properties from the existing CTL.|
If a matching CTL or a link to a matching CTL exists, that existing CTL is used and properties from the new CTL are added. The function does not fail, but no new CTL is added. If ppCertContext is not NULL, the existing context is duplicated.
If a matching CTL or a link to a matching CTL does not exist, a new CTL is added.
A pointer to a pointer to the decoded CTL_CONTEXT structure. Can be NULL indicating that the calling application does not require a copy of the added or existing CTL. If a copy is made, it must be freed by using CertFreeCTLContext.
If the function succeeds, the return value is TRUE.
If the function fails, the return value is FALSE. For extended error information, call GetLastError.
Some possible error codes follow.
||CERT_STORE_ADD_NEW is set, and the CTL already exists in the store; or CERT_STORE_ADD_NEWER is set and there is a CTL in the store with a ThisUpdate time greater than or equal to the ThisUpdate time on the CTL to be added.|
||A disposition value that is not valid was specified in the dwAddDisposition parameter, or an encoding type that is not valid was specified. Currently, only the encoding types X509_ASN_ENCODING and PKCS_7_ASN_ENCODING are supported.|
|Minimum supported client||Windows XP [desktop apps | UWP apps]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps | UWP apps]|