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GSS_DISPLAY_NAME(3)						Programmer's Manual					       GSS_DISPLAY_NAME(3)

gss_display_name -- Convert internal-form name to text
#include <gssapi/gssapi.h> OM_uint32 gss_display_name(OM_uint32 *minor_status, const gss_name_t input_name, gss_buffer_t output_name_buffer, gss_OID *output_name_type);
Allows an application to obtain a textual representation of an opaque internal-form name for display purposes. The syntax of a printable name is defined by the GSS-API implementation. If input_name denotes an anonymous principal, the implementation should return the gss_OID value GSS_C_NT_ANONYMOUS as the output_name_type, and a textual name that is syntactically distinct from all valid supported printable names in output_name_buffer. If input_name was created by a call to gss_import_name(), specifying GSS_C_NO_OID as the name-type, implementations that employ lazy conver- sion between name types may return GSS_C_NO_OID via the output_name_type parameter.
minor_status Mechanism specific status code. input_name Name to be displayed. output_name_buffer Buffer to receive textual name string. The application must free storage associated with this name after use with a call to gss_release_buffer(). output_name_type The type of the returned name. The returned gss_OID will be a pointer into static storage, and should be treated as read-only by the caller (in particular, the application should not attempt to free it). Specify NULL if not required.
GSS_S_COMPLETE Successful completion GSS_S_BAD_NAME input_name was ill-formed
gss_import_name(3), gss_release_buffer(3)
RFC 2743 Generic Security Service Application Program Interface Version 2, Update 1 RFC 2744 Generic Security Service API Version 2 : C-bindings
The gss_display_name function first appeared in FreeBSD 7.0.
John Wray, Iris Associates
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