sec_rgy_site_bind_update-Binds to a registry update site
#include <dce/binding.h> void sec_rgy_site_bind_update( unsigned_char_t *site_name, sec_rgy_bind_auth_info_t *auth_info, sec_rgy_handle_t *context, error_status_t *status);
A character string (type unsigned_char_t) containing the name of the registry site to bind to. Supply this name in any of the following forms:
- To choose the update site to bind to in the named cell, specify a cell name (for example, /.../r_d.com or /.: for the local cell)
- To start the search for the update site at a specific replica in the replica's cell, specify either the replica's global name (for example, /.../r_d.com/subsys/dce/sec/rs_server_250_2) or the replica's network address (for example, ncadg_ip_udp:188.8.131.52)
A pointer to the sec_rgy_bind_auth_info_t structure that identifies the authentication protocol, protection level, and authorization protocol to use in establishing the binding. (See the rpc_binding_set_auth_info() routine). If the sec_rgy_bind_auth_info_t structure specifies authenticated RPC, the caller must have established a valid network identity for this call to succeed.
A pointer to a sec_rgy_handle_t variable. Upon return, this contains a registry server handle indicating (bound to) the desired registry site.
A pointer to the completion status. On successful completion, the routine returns error_status_ok. Otherwise, it returns an error.
The sec_rgy_site_bind_update() routine binds to a registry update site. A registry update site is a master server that may control several satellite (query) servers. To change the registry database, it is necessary to change a registry update site, which then automatically updates its associated query sites. No changes can be made directly to a registry query database.
The site_name parameter identifies either the cell in which to find the update site or the replica at which to start the search for the update site. If site_name is NULL, or a zero-length string, an update site in the local cell is selected by the client agent.
The handle for the associated registry server is returned in context. The handle is to an update site. Use this registry context handle in subsequent calls that update or query the the registry database (for example, the sec_rgy_pgo_add() or sec_rgy_acct_lookup() call).
The idl file from which dce/binding.h was derived.
The call was successful.
The caller does not have a valid network login context.
The DCE Registry Server is unavailable.
sec_rgy_site_open(), sec_rgy_site_bind(), sec_rgy_site_open().