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Exports a certificate as a string


openssl_x509_export

(PHP 4 >= 4.2.0, PHP 5)

openssl_x509_exportExports a certificate as a string

Description

bool openssl_x509_export ( mixed $x509 , string &$output [, bool $notext = TRUE ] )

openssl_x509_export() stores x509 into a string named by output in a PEM encoded format.

Parameters

x509

See Key/Certificate parameters for a list of valid values.

output

On success, this will hold the PEM.

notext

The optional parameter notext affects the verbosity of the output; if it is FALSE, then additional human-readable information is included in the output. The default value of notext is TRUE.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.



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