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=head1 NAME
CMS_final, CMS_final_digest - finalise a CMS_ContentInfo structure
#include <openssl/cms.h>
int CMS_final(CMS_ContentInfo *cms, BIO *data, BIO *dcont, unsigned int flags);
int CMS_final_digest(CMS_ContentInfo *cms, const unsigned char *md,
unsigned int mdlen, BIO *dcont, unsigned int flags);
CMS_final() finalises the structure B<cms>. Its purpose is to perform any
operations necessary on B<cms> (digest computation for example) and set the
appropriate fields. The parameter B<data> contains the content to be
processed. The B<dcont> parameter contains a BIO to write content to after
processing: this is only used with detached data and will usually be set to
CMS_final_digest() finalises the structure B<cms> using a pre-computed digest,
rather than computing the digest from the original data.
=head1 NOTES
These functions will normally be called when the B<CMS_PARTIAL> flag is used. It
should only be used when streaming is not performed because the streaming
I/O functions perform finalisation operations internally.
To sign a pre-computed digest, L<CMS_sign(3)> or CMS_sign_ex() is called
with the B<data> parameter set to NULL before the CMS structure is finalised
with the digest provided to CMS_final_digest() in binary form.
When signing a pre-computed digest, the security relies on the digest and its
computation from the original message being trusted.
CMS_final() and CMS_final_digest() return 1 for success or 0 for failure.
=head1 SEE ALSO
L<ERR_get_error(3)>, L<CMS_sign(3)>,
=head1 HISTORY
CMS_final_digest() was added in OpenSSL 3.1.
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