Is there an example that illustrates how to decode all but one component of a SEQUENCE or SET? Is there an example that illustrates use of the DeferDecoding ASN.1 compiler directive?

Yes, there is an example that illustrates the DeferDecoding compiler directive. It demonstrates how to enable and disable the effect of the directive and how to manipulate the component that the DeferDecoding directive is applied to.

The DeferDecoding directive defers the BER and DER decoding of a particular component within a SEQUENCE, SET, or CHOICE structure. The component is not decoded when the outermost PDU is decoded.

To make it easier for you to run the example from the command line, two scripts are included, a Unix .sh and a Windows .bat.

To run it on a Unix platform, cd to the "tbcas" directory and type:

./run.sh

To run it on Windows, cd to the "tbcas" directory and type:

run

To do a cleanup on Unix, type:

./run.sh cleanup

To do a cleanup on Windows, type:

run cleanup

To download please click on the file below:
defer.zip 3KB


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