Allocate and initialize an error of type GLOBUS_ERROR_TYPE_OPENSSL This function, combined with globus_error_initialize_openssl_error() will recursively generate globus error objects (of type globus_object_t) from the errors on openssl's static error stack. The errors will be chained in a causal fashion to provide a path to the root cause of the actual error.
NOTE: the static stack openssl implements for its errors currently only supports at most 16 errors, so if more are added, the errors that were added first will be wiped out. If 16 errors are counted in the chain of openssl errors, its possible that some errors (including the original error) are missing.
base_source Pointer to the originating globus module.
base_cause The error object causing the error. This parameter should be NULL in nearly all cases, as the root cause of an error will most likely be in the openssl code itself. The actual cause of the error is determined from the static stack of openssl errors.
The resulting error object. It is the user's responsibility to eventually free this object using globus_object_free(). A globus_result_t may be obtained by calling globus_error_put() on this object.
Initialize a previously allocated error of type GLOBUS_ERROR_TYPE_OPENSSL. Parameters:
error The previously allocated error object.
base_source Pointer to the originating module.
base_cause The error object causing the error. If this is the original error this paramater may be NULL.
openssl_error_handle The openssl error handle associated with this error, this parameter should already be initialized to contain the openssl error code associated with the error.
The resulting error object. You may have to call globus_error_put() on this object before passing it on.
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