The following example is from the manual, and also exists as a part of a sample in the sample directory. Shown first is field of a SEQUENCE in the ASN.1 definition.
operation  CHOICE
createReqt  CreateReqt,
updateReqt  UpdateReqt
The representation of a CHOICE type is a structure which includes a choice field and element fields (for each CHOICE alternative). In addition to these fields, #define constants are also defined for each alternative in the CHOICE type. For the ASN.1 above, the following is generated.
unsigned short choice;
# define createReqt_chosen 1
# define updateReqt_chosen 2
CreateReqt createReqt; /* to choose, set choice to
* createReqt_chosen */
UpdateReqt updateReqt; /* to choose, set choice to
* updateReqt_chosen */
To specify that a particular alternative is selected, all you have to do is set the choice field equal to the #define constant that corresponds to the selected alternative.
myMsg.operation.choice = createReqt_chosen;
myMsg.operation.u.createReqt.ordId = 5432;
memcpy(myMsg.operation.u.createReqt.action.value, actionOctStr, 5);
myMsg.operation.u.createReqt.action.length = 5;
memcpy(myMsg.operation.u.createReqt.fldNm.value, fldNmOctStr, 15);
myMsg.operation.u.createReqt.fldNm.length = 15;
myMsg.operation.u.createReqt.creditChecked = TRUE;
For the complete example (including the definition of createReqt), please refer to the OSS ASN.1/C API Reference Manual (section 10.2 of the April 2011 edition).
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