Prebuilt ASN.1 Application Programming Interfaces (API's) are pre-compiled and optimized C/C++ function libraries and/or Java class libraries (.jar files) tailored to a specific ASN.1 application.
What the API's Include:
Objective Systems can either create a custom API for your application (see Services) or has the following packaged API's available.
PKIX is the IETF's implementation of the X.509 public key infrastructure standard. This distribution contains C++ software generated with ASN1C that may be used for DER encoding and decoding the various message types that comprise the standard. This API is based on the update of the IETF standard to use modern ASN.1 syntax:
H.323 frameworks for C or C++ are packaged as extended sample programs for use within an existing ASN1C distribution (licensed or evaluation). They provide makefiles, ASN.1 specifications, scripts, and configuration files required to compile H.323. You must first have ASN1C installed (Windows or Linux/UNIX version) before you can use the packages below.
For C, unpack the following distribution files in the 'c' subdirectory of your installation:
For C++, unpack the following distribution files in the 'cpp' subdirectory of your installation:
Follow the instructions in the README file for details on how to compile the specifications and run the sample programs.
API's are available for the latest TAP3 standards. The following versions for C for Windows are available for evaluation download:
These are packaged as extended sample programs for use within an existing ASN1C distribution (either licensed or evaluation).
The Next Generation Telematics Protocol is a technology-neutral telematics protocol designed to bring greater flexibility and scalability to the automotive industry. This API is packaged as an extended sample program for use within an existing ASN1C installation (licensed or evaluation). To install, unzip the package in the <ASN1C>/cpp subdirectory and follow the directions in the README file contained within.