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RevokeCertificate

The RevokeCertificate method revokes a certificate by a specified date.

[VB] void RevokeCertificate(
  BSTR strConfig,        
  BSTR strSerialNumber,  
  long Reason,           
  DATE Date              
);
 
[JAVA] void RevokeCertificate(
  java.lang.String strConfig,        
  java.lang.String strSerialNumber,  
  int Reason,                        
  double Date                        
);
 
[C++] HRESULT RevokeCertificate(
  BSTR const strConfig,        // in
  BSTR const strSerialNumber,  // in
  LONG Reason,                 // in
  DATE Date                    // in
);
 

Parameters

[VB][JAVA][C++] strConfig
Points to a valid configuration string for the certificate server. See ICertConfig::GetConfig.
[VB][JAVA][C++] strSerialNumber
Specifies the serial number identifying the certificate to be revoked. The string must specify the serial number as an even number of hexadecimal digits. If necessary, a zero may be prepended to the number to achieve an even number of digits. No more than one leading zero may be used.
[VB][JAVA][C++] Reason
Specifies the reason for the revocation. The value can be one of the following values (defined in WinCrypt.h).
Revocation Reason Value
CRL_REASON_UNSPECIFIED 0
CRL_REASON_KEY_COMPROMISE 1
CRL_REASON_CA_COMPROMISE 2
CRL_REASON_AFFILIATION_CHANGED 3
CRL_REASON_SUPERSEDED 4
CRL_REASON_CESSATION_OF_OPERATION 5
CRL_REASON_CERTIFICATE_HOLD 6


[VB][JAVA][C++] Date
Specifies the date at which the revocation will become effective, in GMT time. The value 0 indicates that the current GMT time should be used.

Return Values

This method does not return a value.


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