SSL_stream_conclude - conclude the sending part of a QUIC stream

#include <openssl/ssl.h>
__owur int SSL_stream_conclude(SSL *s, uint64_t flags);

SSL_stream_conclude() signals the normal end-of-stream condition for the send part of a QUIC stream. If called on a QUIC connection SSL object with an associated default stream, it signals the end of the single stream to the peer.

Any data already queued for transmission via a call to SSL_write() will still be written in a reliable manner before the end-of-stream is signalled, assuming the connection remains healthy. This function can be thought of as appending a logical end-of-stream marker after any data which has previously been written to the stream via calls to SSL_write(). Further attempts to call SSL_write() after calling this function will fail.

When calling this on a stream, the receive part of the stream remains unaffected, and the peer may continue to send data until it also signals the end of the stream. Thus, SSL_read() can still be used.

flags is reserved and should be set to 0.

Only the first call to this function has any effect for a given stream; subsequent calls are no-ops. This is considered a success case.

This function is not supported on an object other than a QUIC stream SSL object.

Returns 1 on success and 0 on failure.

Returns 0 if called on an SSL object not representing a QUIC stream.

openssl-quic(7), ssl(7), SSL_shutdown_ex(3)

The SSL_stream_conclude() function was added in OpenSSL 3.2.

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2024-06-04 3.3.1