sec_rgy_site_open_query-Binds to a registry query site
#include <dce/binding.h> void sec_rgy_site_open_query( unsigned_char_t *site_name, sec_rgy_handle_t *context, error_status_t *status);
A character string (type unsigned_char_t) containing the name of the registry query site to bind to. Supply this name in any of the following forms:
- To randomly choose a site to bind to in the named cell, specify a cell name (for example, /.../r_d.com or /.: for the local cell)
- To bind to a specific site in a specific cell, specify either the site's global name (for example, /.../r_d.com/subsys/dce/sec/rs_server_250_2) or the site's network address (for example, ncadg_ip_udp:188.8.131.52)
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_open_query() routine binds to a registry query site. A registry query site is a satellite server that operates on a periodically updated copy of the main registry database. 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 the query site to use. If site_name is NULL, or a zero-length string, a query site in the local cell is selected by the client agent.
The handle for the associated registry server is returned in context.
The caller must have established a valid network identity for this call to succeed.
To bind to a registry query site, the use of the sec_rgy_site_bind_query() call is recommended in place of this call.
Like sec_rgy_site_open() routine, this routine binds arbitrarily to either an update or query site. Although update sites can accept queries, query sites cannot accept updates. To specifically select an update site, use sec_rgy_site_open_update().
The idl file from which dce/binding.h was derived.
The call was successful.
No currently established network identity for which context exists.
sec_rgy_site_close(), sec_rgy_site_get(), sec_rgy_site_is_readonly(), sec_rgy_site_open(), sec_rgy_site_open_update().