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smi_class(3)						SMI Management Information Library					      smi_class(3)

NAME
smiGetClass smiGetFirstClass, smiGetNextClass, smiGetClassModule, smiGetParentClass, smiIsClassScalar - SMI class information routines SYNOPSIS
#include <smi.h> SmiClass *smiGetClass(SmiModule *smiModulePtr, char *name); SmiClass *smiGetFirstClass(SmiModule *smiModulePtr); SmiClass *smiGetNextClass(SmiClass *smiClassPtr); SmiClass *smiGetParentClass(SmiClass *smiClassPtr); SmiModule *smiGetClassModule(SmiClass *smiClassPtr); int smiIsClassScalar(SmiClass *smiClassPtr); typedef struct SmiClass { SmiIdentifier name; SmiDecl decl; SmiStatus status; char *description; char *reference; } SmiClass; DESCRIPTION
These functions retrieve information on a SMIng class definition (SMIng). smiGetClass(SmiModule *smiModulePtr,char *name) returns a pointer to struct SmiClass that represents the class with the given name in the given module(smiModulePtr ), or NULL if the class with the given name does not exist. smiGetFirstClass(SmiModule *smiModulePtr) and smiGetNextClass(SmiClass *smiClassPtr) are used to iterate through the classes of the module given by smiModulePtr. They return a pointer to struct SmiClass that represents a class or NULL if there are no classes left in the module, or error has occurred. smiGetClassModule(SmiClass *smiClassPtr) returns a pointer to struct SmiModule, of the module containing the given class. smiGetParentClass(SmiClass *smiClassPtr) returns a pointer to struct SmiClass pointing to the parent of the given smiClassPtr, or NULL if the class is not derived. smiIsClassScalar(SmiClass *smiClassPtr) returns int 1 if the class is scalar(its unique statement contains an empty list) or 0 otherwise. This method can be used in conjunction with smiGetFirstUniqueAttribute() to determine whether the class is meant to be instantiated sepa- rately (has unique statement with nonempty list), or if it is meant to be used as part of another class (has no unique statement). FILES
/usr/include/smi.h SMI library header file SEE ALSO
libsmi(3), smi_module(3), smi.h AUTHOR
(C) 2007 Kaloyan Kanev, Jacobs University, Germany <k.kanev@jacobs-university.de> February 10, 2007 smi_class(3)

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smi_class(3)						SMI Management Information Library					      smi_class(3)

NAME
smiGetClass smiGetFirstClass, smiGetNextClass, smiGetClassModule, smiGetParentClass, smiIsClassScalar - SMI class information routines SYNOPSIS
#include <smi.h> SmiClass *smiGetClass(SmiModule *smiModulePtr, char *name); SmiClass *smiGetFirstClass(SmiModule *smiModulePtr); SmiClass *smiGetNextClass(SmiClass *smiClassPtr); SmiClass *smiGetParentClass(SmiClass *smiClassPtr); SmiModule *smiGetClassModule(SmiClass *smiClassPtr); int smiIsClassScalar(SmiClass *smiClassPtr); typedef struct SmiClass { SmiIdentifier name; SmiDecl decl; SmiStatus status; char *description; char *reference; } SmiClass; DESCRIPTION
These functions retrieve information on a SMIng class definition (SMIng). smiGetClass(SmiModule *smiModulePtr,char *name) returns a pointer to struct SmiClass that represents the class with the given name in the given module(smiModulePtr ), or NULL if the class with the given name does not exist. smiGetFirstClass(SmiModule *smiModulePtr) and smiGetNextClass(SmiClass *smiClassPtr) are used to iterate through the classes of the module given by smiModulePtr. They return a pointer to struct SmiClass that represents a class or NULL if there are no classes left in the module, or error has occurred. smiGetClassModule(SmiClass *smiClassPtr) returns a pointer to struct SmiModule, of the module containing the given class. smiGetParentClass(SmiClass *smiClassPtr) returns a pointer to struct SmiClass pointing to the parent of the given smiClassPtr, or NULL if the class is not derived. smiIsClassScalar(SmiClass *smiClassPtr) returns int 1 if the class is scalar(its unique statement contains an empty list) or 0 otherwise. This method can be used in conjunction with smiGetFirstUniqueAttribute() to determine whether the class is meant to be instantiated sepa- rately (has unique statement with nonempty list), or if it is meant to be used as part of another class (has no unique statement). FILES
${prefix}/include/smi.h SMI library header file SEE ALSO
libsmi(3), smi_module(3), smi.h AUTHOR
(C) 2007 Kaloyan Kanev, Jacobs University, Germany <k.kanev@jacobs-university.de> February 10, 2007 smi_class(3)

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