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.\" Copyright (C) 2004 International Business Machines Corporation
.\" Written by Megan Schneider based on the Trusted Computing Group Software Stack Specification Version 1.1 Golden
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.TH "Tspi_Policy_AssignToObject" 3 "2004-05-25" "TSS 1.1"
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TCG Software Stack Developers Reference
Tspi_Policy_AssignToObject \- assign a policy to an object
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.B #include <tss/platform.h>
.B #include <tss/tcpa_defines.h>
.B #include <tss/tcpa_typedef.h>
.B #include <tss/tcpa_struct.h>
.B #include <tss/tss_typedef.h>
.B #include <tss/tss_structs.h>
.B #include <tss/tspi.h>
.BI "TSS_RESULT Tspi_Policy_AssignToObject(TSS_HPOLICY " hPolicy ", TSS_HOBJECT " hObject ");"

\fBTspi_Policy_AssignToObject\fR assigns a given object
to a certain policy. The object then uses its assigned policy to process
an authorized TPM command. When each new object is initialized, it is
assigned to the default policy, which is created when a context object
is created. When an object is assigned to a policy, a reference is added
to the list of assigned objects stored in the policy, and a reference
to the policy is stored in the object by internal object functions.

.SS hPolicy
The \fIhPolicy\fR parameter is the handle of the policy object to be
assigned to.
.SS hObject
The \fIhObject\fR parameter is the object that will be assigned to

\fBTspi_Policy_AssignToObject\fR returns TSS_SUCCESS on success, otherwise
one of the following values is returned:
\fIhPolicy\fR is not a valid handle.

An internal SW error has been detected.


\fBTspi_Policy_AssignToObject\fR conforms to the Trusted Computing Group
Software Specification version 1.1 Golden


\fBTspi_Policy_SetSecret\fR(3), \fBTspi_Policy_FlushSecret\fR(3).