Representation of a BER value as an interface containing an array of bytes. Someday this should perhaps be obsoleted by a better, more generalized version of nsIByteBuffer, but that's currently not even scriptable (see bug 125596).
This interface is implemented by the following components:
Get the BER value as an array of bytes. Note that if this value is zero-length, count and retVal will both be 0. This means that (in C++ anyway) the caller MUST test either count or retval before dereferencing retVal.
Set the BER value from an array of bytes (copies).
Set the BER value from a UTF8 string (copies).
This interface is the type of the following properties:
This interface is passed as an argument to the following methods:
Reference documentation is generated from Mozilla's source.