sec_rgy_attr_sch_aclmgr_strings-Returns printable ACL strings associated with an ACL manager protecting a bound to schema object
#include <dce/sec_rgy_attr_sch.h> void sec_rgy_attr_sch_aclmgr_strings( sec_rgy_handle_t context, sec_attr_component_name_t schema_name, uuid_t *acl_mgr_type, unsigned32 size_avail, *uuid_t *acl_mgr_type_chain, sec_acl_printstring_t *acl_mgr_info, boolean32 *tokenize, unsigned32 *total_num_printstrings, unsigned32 *size_used, sec_acl_printstring_t permstrings, error_status_t *status);
An opaque handle bound to a registry server. Use sec_rgy_site_open() to acquire a bound handle.
Reserved for future use.
A pointer to the UUID identifying the type of the ACL manager in question. There may be more than one type of ACL manager protecting the schema object whose ACL is bound to the input handle. Use this parameter to distinguish them. Use sec_rgy_attr_sch_get_acl_mgrs() to acquire a list of the manager types protecting a given schema object.
An unsigned 32-bit integer containing the allocated length of the permstrings array.
If the target object ACL contains more than 32 permission bits, chains of manager types are used: each manager type holds one 32-bit segment of permissions. The UUID returned in acl_mgr_type_chain refers to the next ACL manager in the chain. If there are no more ACL managers in the chain, uuid_nil is returned.
A pointer to a printstring that contains the ACL manager type's name, help information, and set of supported of permission bits.
A pointer to a variable that specifies whether or not printstrings will be passed separately:
- TRUE indicates that the printstrings must be printed or passed separately.
- FALSE indicates that the printstrings are unambiguous and can be concatenated when printed without confusion.
A pointer to an unsigned 32-bit integer containing the total number of permission entries supported by this ACL manager type.
A pointer to an unsigned 32-bit integer containing the number of permission entries returned in the permstrings array.
An array of printstrings of type sec_acl_printstring_t. Each entry of the array is a structure containing the following three components:
A character string of maximum length sec_acl_printstring_len describing the printable representation of a specified permission.
A character string of maximum length sec_acl_printstring_help_len containing some text that can be used to describe the specified permission.
A sec_acl_permset_t permission set describing the permissions that are represented with the companion printstring.
The array consists of one such entry for each permission supported by the ACL manager identified by acl_mgr_type.
A pointer to the completion status. On successful completion, the routine returns error_status_ok. Otherwise, it returns an error.
The sec_rgy_attr_sch_aclmgr_strings() routine returns an array of printable representations (called "printstrings") for each permission bit or combination of permission bits the specified ACL manager supports. The ACL manager type specified by acl_mgr_type must be one of the types protecting the schema object bound to by context.
In addition to returning the printstrings, this routine also returns instructions about how to print the strings in the tokenize variable. If this variable is set to FALSE, the printstrings can be concatenated. If it is set to TRUE, the printstrings cannot be concatenated. For example a printstrings of r or w could be concatenated as rw without any confusion. However, printstrings in a form of read or write, should not be concatenated.
ACL managers often define aliases for common permission combinations. By convention, simple entries appear at the beginning of the printstrings array, and combinations appear at the end.
Permissions RequiredThe sec_rgy_attr_sch_aclmgr_strings() routine requires the r permission on the schema object.
The idl file from which dce/sec_rgy_attr_sch.h was derived.
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