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type CryptoConfig

type CryptoConfig struct {
	// SignatureHashFamily is a string representing the hash family to be used
	// during sign and verify operations.
	// Allowed values are "SHA2" and "SHA3".
	SignatureHashFamily string
	// IdentityIdentifierHashFunction is a string representing the hash function
	// to be used during the computation of the identity identifier of an MSP identity.
	// Allowed values are "SHA256", "SHA384" and "SHA3_256", "SHA3_384".
	IdentityIdentifierHashFunction string
}

    CryptoConfig contains configuration parameters for the cryptographic algorithms used by the MSP this configuration refers to.

    type KeyInfo

    type KeyInfo struct {
    	// Identifier of the key inside the default keystore; this for
    	// the case of Software BCCSP as well as the HSM BCCSP would be
    	// the SKI of the key.
    	KeyIdentifier string
    	// KeyMaterial (optional) for the key to be imported; this
    	// must be a supported PKCS#8 private key type of either
    	// *rsa.PrivateKey, *ecdsa.PrivateKey, or ed25519.PrivateKey.
    	KeyMaterial crypto.PrivateKey
    }

      KeyInfo represents a (secret) key that is either already stored in the bccsp/keystore or key material to be imported to the bccsp key-store. In later versions it may contain also a keystore identifier.

      type NodeOUs

      type NodeOUs struct {
      	// If true then an msp identity that does not contain any of the specified OU will be considered invalid.
      	Enable bool
      	// OU Identifier of the clients.
      	ClientOUIdentifier OUIdentifier
      	// OU Identifier of the peers.
      	PeerOUIdentifier OUIdentifier
      	// OU Identifier of the admins.
      	AdminOUIdentifier OUIdentifier
      	// OU Identifier of the orderers.
      	OrdererOUIdentifier OUIdentifier
      }

        NodeOUs contains configuration to tell apart clients from peers from orderers based on OUs. If NodeOUs recognition is enabled then an msp identity that does not contain any of the specified OU will be considered invalid.

        type OUIdentifier

        type OUIdentifier struct {
        	// Certificate represents the second certificate in a certification chain.
        	// (Notice that the first certificate in a certification chain is supposed
        	// to be the certificate of an identity).
        	// It must correspond to the certificate of root or intermediate CA
        	// recognized by the MSP this message belongs to.
        	// Starting from this certificate, a certification chain is computed
        	// and bound to the OrganizationUnitIdentifier specified.
        	Certificate *x509.Certificate
        	// OrganizationUnitIdentifier defines the organizational unit under the
        	// MSP identified with MSPIdentifier.
        	OrganizationalUnitIdentifier string
        }

          OUIdentifier represents an organizational unit and its related chain of trust identifier.

          type SigningIdentityInfo

          type SigningIdentityInfo struct {
          	// PublicSigner carries the public information of the signing
          	// identity. For an X.509 provider this would be represented by
          	// an X.509 certificate.
          	PublicSigner *x509.Certificate
          	// PrivateSigner denotes a reference to the private key of the
          	// peer's signing identity.
          	PrivateSigner KeyInfo
          }

            SigningIdentityInfo represents the configuration information related to the signing identity the peer is to use for generating endorsements.

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