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Is the C SDK for 64bit Linux (CentOS) available?

Background:

We are porting old legacy code from Solaris 32bit to Linux 64bit. This application contains the old Reuters ssl implementation on Solaris 32bit OS. Hence, we are looking for C SDK in 64Bit for CentOS.


Details:

Below is the function extract from our old ssh.h

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extern int sslDismount SSL_ARGS((int Channel));

extern int sslDispatchEvent SSL_ARGS((int Channel, int MaxEvents));

extern int sslErrorLog SSL_ARGS((char *LogFileName, int LogFileSize));

extern char *sslGetErrorText SSL_ARGS((int Channel));

extern int sslGetProperty SSL_ARGS((int Channel, SSL_OPTION_CODE OptionCode,

void *OptionValue));

extern int sslInit SSL_ARGS((int VersionNo));

extern int sslMsgClose SSL_ARGS((int Channel, char *ProtocolName,

char *FilterString));

extern int sslMsgMount SSL_ARGS((char *UserName, ...));

extern int sslMsgOpen SSL_ARGS((int Channel, char *ProtocolName,

char *FilterString, void *ClientItemTag, ...));

extern int sslPostEvent SSL_ARGS((int Channel, SSL_EVENT_TYPE EventType,

SSL_EVENT_INFO *EventInfo));

extern int sslRegisterCallBack SSL_ARGS((int Channel, SSL_EVENT_TYPE EventCode,

SSL_EVENT_RETCODE (*Event_Function)(int, SSL_EVENT_TYPE,

SSL_EVENT_INFO *, void *), void *ClientEventTag));

extern int sslRegisterClassCallBack SSL_ARGS((int Channel,

SSL_EVENT_CLASS_TYPE EventCode,

SSL_EVENT_RETCODE (*Event_Function)(int, SSL_EVENT_TYPE,

SSL_EVENT_INFO *, void *), void *ClientEventTag));

extern int sslSetProperty SSL_ARGS((int Channel, SSL_OPTION_CODE OptionCode,

void *OptionValue));

extern int sslSnkClose SSL_ARGS((int Channel, char *ServiceName,

char *ItemName));

extern int sslSnkMount SSL_ARGS((char *UserName, ...));

extern int sslSnkOpen SSL_ARGS((int Channel, char *ServiceName, char *ItemName,

void *ClientItemTag, ...));

extern int sslSrcMount SSL_ARGS((char *UserName, char *ServiceName,

int CacheSize, ...));

extern int sslSrcReady SSL_ARGS((int Channel));

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@shiva.kumar

From the function names, you are using SSL API.

  • SSL Classic 4.0 API has been end-of-life since 31 May 2013
  • SSL 4.5 API has been end-of-life since 30 June 2015

We don't support SSL API anymore. Moreover, there is no 64-bit version of SSL API.

The migration path is the Elektron SDK (ETA) which is available at https://developers.refinitiv.com/elektron/elektron-sdk-cc. Refer to the API Compatibility Matrix, ETA C supports Centos 7.0 64-bit.


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