Provided by: libtspi-dev_0.3.7-2ubuntu1_amd64 bug

NAME

       Tspi_SetAttribUint32 - set a 32bit attribute associated with a given class or object

SYNOPSIS

       #include <tss/platform.h>
       #include <tss/tcpa_defines.h>
       #include <tss/tcpa_typedef.h>
       #include <tss/tcpa_struct.h>
       #include <tss/tss_typedef.h>
       #include <tss/tss_structs.h>
       #include <tss/tspi.h>

       TSS_RESULT Tspi_SetAttribUint32(TSS_HOBJECT hObject, TSS_FLAG attribFlag,
                                       TSS_FLAG    subFlag, UINT32   ulAttrib);

DESCRIPTION

       Tspi_SetAttribUint32  sets  a uint32 attribute associated with a given class or object. In
       order to use this command, you must first create an object and then  find  the  attributes
       you wish to set.

PARAMETERS

   hObject
       The hObject parameter is the handle of the object or class whose attributes are being set.
       Note that this is any object handler - context, policy, TPM, key, hash, etc.

   attribFlag
       The attribFlag parameter indicates the specific attribute to be set.

   subFlag
       The subFlag parameter also indicates the specific attribute to be set.

   ulAttrib
       The ulAttrib parameter is the value that the specified attribute will be set to.

RETURN CODES

       Tspi_SetAttribUint32 returns TSS_SUCCESS on success, otherwise one of the following values
       is returned:

       TSS_E_INVALID_HANDLE
              hObject is not a valid handle.

       TSS_E_INVALID_ATTRIB_FLAG
              attribFlag is incorrect.

       TSS_E_INVALID_ATTRIB_SUBFLAG
              subFlag is incorrect.

       TSS_E_INVALID_ATTRIB_DATA
              ulAttrib is incorrect.

       TSS_E_INTERNAL_ERROR
              An internal SW error has been detected.

       TSS_E_BAD_PARAMETER
              One or more parameters is bad.

CONFORMING TO

       Tspi_SetAttribUint32  conforms  to  the  Trusted  Computing  Group  Software Specification
       version 1.1 Golden

SEE ALSO

       Tspi_GetAttribUint32(3), Tspi_SetAttribData(3), Tspi_GetAttribData(3).