Function : certifier
SECKFMGetCertifierCtxExt - Get certifier context
#include <kfm.h> STATUS LNPUBLIC SECKFMGetCertifierCtxExt( char far *pCertFile, KFM_PASSWORD far *pKfmPW, char far *pCAServer, char far *pCAName, char far *pLogFile, TIMEDATE far *pExpDate, char far *retCertName, HCERTIFIER far *rethKfmCertCtx, BOOL far *retfIsHierarchical, WORD far *retwFileVersion);
This function gets the handle to a certifier context of the given certifier id file. When done with the certifier context, you are responsible for freeing this memory by calling SECKFMFreeCertifierCtx(). If an application wants the context of a Certifier and does not have the id file (possible migrated to CA process) then they could call this routine with the server name (pCAServer) which the Certifier (pCAName) is present in its directory. The first two parameters should be NULL if the pCAServer and pCAName are set to non-NULL.
Parameters : Input : pCertFile - Pathname of the certifier id file.
pKfmPW - Optional. Pointer to KFM_PASSWORD structure, which contains the certifier's encoded password. Use SECKFMCreatePassword to fill in this structure with the encoded password, given a non-encoded password. If NULL is passed in, and a certifier password is required, you will be prompted to enter the password.
pCAServer - CA server. If pCAServer and pCAName are non NULL, then the CA context is retrieved from the directory on the pCAServer. If they are NULL the routine just calls ECKFMGetCertifierCtx.
pCAName - CA name. If pCAServer and pCAName are non NULL, then the CA context is retrieved from the directory on the pCAServer. If they are NULL the routine just calls SECKFMGetCertifierCtx.
pLogFile - Pathname of the certifier's log file. This parameter is required for Domino installations that use the Administration Process so that when using other C API function that require a Certifier Context, the proper entries will be entered in the Certification Log file (CERTLOG.NSF) . If your Domino installation does not include a Certification Log (does not use the Administration Process), then you should pass in NULL for this parameter.
pExpDate - Pointer to the certificate expiration date for the entity that is being certified.
Output : (routine) - Return status from this call -- indicates either success or what the error is. The return codes include:
NOERROR - action successful
ERR_xxx - Various OS, and KFM errors.
retCertName - Returned name of certifier.
rethKfmCertCtx - Pointer to returned handle of certifier context.
retfIsHierarchical - Contains TRUE if certifier is hierarchical, otherwise FALSE.
retwFileVersion - Pointer to the returned version of the certifier.