- Ssl_read Example List
- Ssl_read Example Software
- Ssl_read Ssl_write Example
- Ssl_read Example C++
- Mbedtls_ssl_read Example
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Ssl_read Example List
Reads data from this stream and stores it in the specified array.
A Byte array that receives the bytes read from this stream.
A Int32 that contains the zero-based location in
buffer at which to begin storing the data read from this stream.
A Int32 that contains the maximum number of bytes to read from this stream.
A Int32 value that specifies the number of bytes read. When there is no more data to be read, returns 0.
offset is less than zero.
offset is greater than the length of
offset + count is greater than the length of
The read operation failed. Check the inner exception, if present to determine the cause of the failure.
There is already a read operation in progress.
This object has been closed.
Authentication has not occurred.
The following code example demonstrates reading from an SslStream.
Ssl_read Example Software
The method reads a maximum of
count bytes from the stream and stores them in
buffer beginning at
offset. You cannot perform multiple simultaneous read operations.
You cannot call this method until you have successfully authenticated. To authenticate call one of the AuthenticateAsClient, or BeginAuthenticateAsClient, AuthenticateAsServer, BeginAuthenticateAsServer methods.
To perform this operation asynchronously, use the BeginRead method.
Ssl_read Ssl_write Example
Ssl_read Example C++
I have two types of connection. One TCP, where I use for reading the BIO_read function and one TLS where I use the SSL_read function. Now I have this problem. When I try to read data from some connection, it is posible, that there is not any data. I have read, that when there is not any data, the BIO_read function throws me 0 or -1, but these return values can mean error too. How can I recognize, that this means, that I read only 0b of data?
And I have the similar problem with SSL_read. I use SSL_get_error function to determine, what hapen in reading, but I havent find what error code it returns me, when I read no data? Will it be SSL_ERROR_NONE or SSL_ERROR_ZERO_RETURN?
I apologize for my English. Thanks for answer.
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