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=head1 NAME
X509_add_certs -
X509 certificate list addition functions
#include <openssl/x509.h>
int X509_add_cert(STACK_OF(X509) *sk, X509 *cert, int flags);
int X509_add_certs(STACK_OF(X509) *sk, STACK_OF(X509) *certs, int flags);
X509_add_cert() adds a certificate I<cert> to the given list I<sk>.
X509_add_certs() adds a list of certificate I<certs> to the given list I<sk>.
The I<certs> argument may be NULL, which implies no effect.
It does not modify the list I<certs> but
in case the B<X509_ADD_FLAG_UP_REF> flag (described below) is set
the reference counters of those of its members added to I<sk> are increased.
Both these functions have a I<flags> parameter,
which is used to control details of the operation.
The value B<X509_ADD_FLAG_DEFAULT>, which equals 0, means no special semantics.
If B<X509_ADD_FLAG_UP_REF> is set then
the reference counts of those certificates added successfully are increased.
If B<X509_ADD_FLAG_PREPEND> is set then the certificates are prepended to I<sk>.
By default they are appended to I<sk>.
In both cases the original order of the added certificates is preserved.
If B<X509_ADD_FLAG_NO_DUP> is set then certificates already contained in I<sk>,
which is determined using L<X509_cmp(3)>, are ignored.
If B<X509_ADD_FLAG_NO_SS> is set then certificates that are marked self-signed,
which is determined using L<X509_self_signed(3)>, are ignored.
Both functions return 1 for success and 0 for failure.
=head1 NOTES
If X509_add_certs() is used with the flags B<X509_ADD_FLAG_NO_DUP> or
B<X509_ADD_FLAG_NO_SS> it is advisable to use also B<X509_ADD_FLAG_UP_REF>
because otherwise likely not for all members of the I<certs> list
the ownership is transferred to the list of certificates I<sk>.
Care should also be taken in case the I<certs> argument equals I<sk>.
=head1 SEE ALSO
=head1 HISTORY
The functions X509_add_cert() and X509_add_certs()
were added in OpenSSL 3.0.
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