sec_rgy_attr_sch_cursor_init-Initialize and allocate a cursor used with the sec_rgy_attr_sch_scan() call
#include <dce/sec_rgy_attr_sch.h> void sec_rgy_attr_cursor_init( sec_rgy_handle_t context, sec_attr_component_name_t schema_name, unsigned32 *cur_num_entries, sec_attr_cursor_t *cursor, 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 an unsigned 32-bit integer that specifies the total number of entries contained in the schema at the time of this call.
A pointer to a sec_attr_cursor_t that is initialized to the first entry in the the schema.
A pointer to the completion status. On successful completion, the call returns error_status_ok. Otherwise, it returns an error.
The sec_rgy_attr_sch_cursor_init() call initializes and allocates resources to a cursor used with the sec_rgy_attr_sch_scan() call. This call makes remote calls to initialize the cursor. To limit the number of remote calls, use the sec_rgy_attr_sch_cursor_alloc() call to allocate cursor, but not initialize it. Be aware, however, that the the sec_rgy_attr_sch_cursor_init() call supplies the total number of entries found in the schema as an output parameter; the sec_rgy_attr_sch_cursor_alloc() call does not.
If the cursor input to sec_rgy_attr_sch_scan() has not been initialized, the sec_rgy_attr_sch_scan() call will initialize it; if it has been initialized, sec_rgy_attr_sch_scan() advances it.
The idl file from which dce/sec_rgy_attr_sch.h was derived.
The call was successful.
Unable to allocate memory.
Server is unavailable.
Unauthorized to perform this operation.
sec_rgy_attr_sch_cursor_release(), sec_rgy_attr_sch_scan(), sec_rgy_attr_sch_cursor_alloc().