There are two ways to tell the encoder to use the INDEFINITE length form when encoding messages with BER.
You can set the INDEFINITE flag before calling the encoder in your application code as follows:
Alternatively, you can specify the OSS.INDEFINITE compiler directive in your ASN.1 specification. You can either apply this directive to a particular type in your specification or use it to set a global default. After adding the appropriate OSS.INDEFINITE directive(s), you should re-ASN.1-compile your ASN.1 specification and then C-compile the produced files along with your application code.
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