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Tspi_Key_CreateKey(3)	     TCG Software Stack Developer's Reference	    Tspi_Key_CreateKey(3)

NAME
       Tspi_Key_CreateKey  - create a key pair within the TPM, wrapping it with the key addressed
       by hWrappingKey.

SYNOPSIS
       #include <tss/platform.h>
       #include <tss/tcpa_defines.h>
       #include <tss/tcpa_typedef.h>
       #include <tss/tcpa_struct.h>
       #include <tss/tss_typedef.h>
       #include <tss/tss_structs.h>
       #include <tss/tspi.h>

       TSS_RESULT Tspi_Key_CreateKey(TSS_HKEY hKey, TSS_HKEY hWrappingKey, TSS_HPCRS hPcrComposite);

DESCRIPTION
       TSS_Key_CreateKey calls the TPM command TPM_CreateWrapKey. If hPcrComposite is not set  to
       NULL,  the  created key blob is bound to this PCR values. The key object addressed by hKey
       must contain the key information needed for the creation.

PARAMETERS
   hKey
       The handle of the key object to create.

   hWrappingKey
       The handle to the key used to wrap the newly created key.

   hPcrComposite
       The handle to an object, if the value of the handle doesn't equal NULL, the  newly  create
       key will be bound ot the PCR values described with this object.

RETURN CODES
       Tspi_Key_CreateKey  returns  TSS_SUCCESS on success, otherwise one of the following values
       are returned:

       TSS_E_INVALID_HANDLE - Either hKey, hWrappingKey or hPcrComposite are invalid parameters.

       TSS_E_INTERNAL_ERROR - An error occurred internal to the TSS.

CONFORMING TO
       Tspi_Key_CreateKey conforms to the Trusted Computing Group Software Specification  version
       1.1 Golden

SEE ALSO
       Tspi_Key_WrapKey(3), Tspi_Key_CertifyKey(3), Tspi_Key_RegisterKey(3).

TSS 1.1 				    2004-05-26			    Tspi_Key_CreateKey(3)
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