rs_ns_entry_validate-Validate that this server can use "name" as its nameservice entry
void rs_ns_entry_validate ( unsigned_char_p_t name, uuid_p_t cell_sec_id, uuid_p_t rep_id, rpc_binding_vector_p_t svr_bindings, rpc_if_handle_t ifspec, error_status_t *status );
The string name associated with this registry database entry
The well-known cell security id (of this cell)
The replica id for this entry
The server binding tower associated with this entry
The interface specification for this entry
A pointer to the completion status. On successful completion, the routine returns error_status_ok. Otherwise, it returns an error.
rs_ns_entry_validate()routine gets the nameservice entry's data associated with name. This data consists of the server bindings and replica id associated with name, cell's security id (cell_sec_id), and interface specification (ifspec).
If there is no entry associated with name (the nameservice entry does not exist), then this routine returns with error_status_ok. If an entry exists, then it is checked to verify that it isn't someone else's entry (the bindings for the replica id, rep_id, are checked to ensure they are the bindings expected). If this is the correct entry, this routine returns with error_status_ok.
If the entry associated with name is does not have the expected bindings (it is someone else's entry), then this routine returns with status (non-zero) not equal error_status_ok.
The routine returns error_status_ok if it is okay for the nameservice to use "name" as its nameservice entry. It also returns error_status_ok if the entry ("name") does not exist.