Obsolete Members for QSslCertificate

The following members of class QSslCertificate are obsolete. They are provided to keep old source code working. We strongly advise against using them in new code.

Public Functions

(obsolete) QMultiMap<QSsl::AlternateNameEntryType, QString> alternateSubjectNames () const
(obsolete) bool isValid () const

Member Function Documentation

QMultiMap < QSsl::AlternateNameEntryType , QString > QSslCertificate:: alternateSubjectNames () const

Use QSslCertificate::subjectAlternativeNames ();

bool QSslCertificate:: isValid () const

To verify a certificate, use verify (). To check if a certificate is blacklisted, use isBlacklisted (). To check if a certificate has expired or is not yet valid, compare expiryDate () and effectiveDate () with QDateTime::currentDateTime ()

This function checks that the current date-time is within the date-time range during which the certificate is considered valid, and checks that the certificate is not in a blacklist of fraudulent certificates.

See also isNull (), verify (), isBlacklisted (), expiryDate (), and effectiveDate ().