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This event is fired when the client/server certificate must be validated.


    event TSBCertificateValidateEvent OnCertificateValidate;
    delegate void TSBCertificateValidateEvent(Object Sender, TElX509Certificate X509Certificate, ref bool Validate);

    Event OnCertificateValidate As TSBCertificateValidateEvent
    Delegate Sub TSBCertificateValidateEvent(ByVal Sender As Object, ByVal X509Certificate As TElX509Certificate, ByRef Validate As Boolean)

    property OnCertificateValidate: TSBCertificateValidateEvent;
    TSBCertificateValidateEvent = procedure(Sender: TObject; X509Certificate: TElX509Certificate; var Validate: boolean) of object;

    void get_OnCertificateValidate(TSBCertificateValidateEvent &pMethodOutResult, void * &pDataOutResult);
    void set_OnCertificateValidate(TSBCertificateValidateEvent pMethodValue, void * pDataValue);
    typedef void (SB_CALLBACK *TSBCertificateValidateEvent)(void * _ObjectData, TObjectHandle Sender, TElX509CertificateHandle X509Certificate, int8_t &Validate);

    TSBCertificateValidateEvent|callable|NULL get_OnCertificateValidate()
    void set_OnCertificateValidate(TSBCertificateValidateEvent|callable|NULL $Value)
    callable TSBCertificateValidateEvent(TObject $Sender, TElX509Certificate $X509Certificate, bool &$Validate)

    TSBCertificateValidateEvent getOnCertificateValidate();
    void setOnCertificateValidate(TSBCertificateValidateEvent Value);
    TSBCertificateValidateEvent.Callback OnCertificateValidate = new TSBCertificateValidateEvent.Callback() {
        public void TSBCertificateValidateEventCallback(TObject Sender, TElX509Certificate X509Certificate, TSBBoolean Validate) {


  • X509Certificate - contains the certificate to be validated
  • Validate - set this parameter to true (1) if the certificate is valid and should be accepted and false (0) otherwise


    This event is fired by TElSSLClient/TElSSLServer when the negotiated protocol offers the client/server to validate the server's/client's certificate, starting from the root CA to the end-entity certificate. One can check, whether the certificate is an end-entity one, by checking the certificate's Chain property. Use methods of the TElX509Certificate class to perform the certificate validation.

See also:     TElX509Certificate    

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