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scf_strerror(3smartca) [sunos man page]

SCF_strerror(3SMARTCARD)				    Smartcard Library Functions 				  SCF_strerror(3SMARTCARD)

SCF_strerror - get a string describing a status code SYNOPSIS
cc [ flag... ] file... -lsmartcard [ library...] #include <smartcard/scf.h> const char *SCF_strerror(SCF_Status_t error); PARAMETERS
error A value returned from a smartcard SCF function call. A list of all current codes is contained in <smartcard/scf.h> DESCRIPTION
The SCF_strerror() function provides a mechanism for generating a brief message that describes each SCF_Status_t error code. An application might use the message when displaying or logging errors. The string returned by the function does not contain any newline characters. Returned strings must not be modified or freed by the caller. RETURN VALUES
A pointer to a valid string is always returned. If the provided error is not a valid SCF error code, a string is returned stating that the error code is unknown. A null pointer is never returned. EXAMPLES
Example 1: Report a fatal error. SCF_Status_t status; SCF_Session_t mySession; status = SCF_Session_getSession(&mySession); if (status != SCF_STATUS_SUCCESS) { printf("Smartcard startup error: %s ", SCF_strerror(status)); exit(1); } /* ... */ USAGE
Messages returned from SCF_strerror() are in the native language specified by the LC_MESSAGES locale category; see setlocale(3C). The C locale is used if the native strings could not be loaded. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Evolving | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |MT-Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
libsmartcard(3LIB), SCF_Session_getSession(3SMARTCARD), strerror(3C), attributes(5) SunOS 5.10 14 May 2002 SCF_strerror(3SMARTCARD)

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SCF_Terminal_getCard(3SMARTCARD)			    Smartcard Library Functions 			  SCF_Terminal_getCard(3SMARTCARD)

SCF_Terminal_getCard - establish a context with a smartcard SYNOPSIS
cc [ flag... ] file... -lsmartcard [ library...] #include <smartcard/scf.h> SCF_Status_t SCF_Terminal_getCard(SCF_Terminal_t terminal, SCF_Card_t *card); PARAMETERS
card A pointer to a SCF_Card_t. If the smartcard is successfully opened, a handle for the card will be returned through this parameter. terminal The terminal (from SCF_Session_getTerminal(3SMARTCARD)) containing a smartcard to open. DESCRIPTION
The SCF_Terminal_getCard() function establishes a context with a specific smartcard in a terminal. Card objects can be used to send APDUs (Application Protocol Data Units) to the card with SCF_Card_exchangeAPDU(3SMARTCARD). When the card is no longer needed, SCF_Card_close(3SMARTCARD) should be called to release allocated resources. If SCF_Terminal_getCard() is called multiple times in the same session to access the same physical card (while the card remains inserted), the same SCF_Card_t will be returned in each call. The library cannot identifty specific cards, so when a card is reinserted it will be represented by a new SCF_Card_t. Multithreaded applications must take care to avoid having one thread close a card that is still needed by another thread. This can be accomplished by coordination within the application, or by having each thread open a separate session to avoid interference. RETURN VALUES
If a working card is present in the reader, SCF_STATUS_SUCCESS is returned and card is a valid reference to the card. Otherwise, an error value is returned and card remains unaltered. ERRORS
The SCF_Terminal_getCard() function will fail if: SCF_STATUS_BADARGS The card argument is a null pointer. SCF_STATUS_BADHANDLE The specified terminal has been closed or is invalid. SCF_STATUS_FAILED An internal error occured. SCF_STATUS_NOCARD No card is present in the terminal. EXAMPLES
Example 1: Access a smartcard. SCF_Status_t status; SCF_Terminal_t myTerminal; SCF_Card_t myCard; /* ( SCF_Session_getTerminal to open myTerminal...) */ status = SCF_Terminal_getCard(myTerminal, &myCard); if (status == SCF_STATUS_NOCARD) { printf("Please insert your smartcard and try again. "); exit(0); } else if (status != SCF_STATUS_SUCCESS) exit(1); /* (...go on to use the card with SCF_Card_exchangeAPDU()...) */ ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Evolving | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |MT-Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
libsmartcard(3LIB), SCF_Card_close(3SMARTCARD), SCF_Card_exchangeAPDU(3SMARTCARD), SCF_Card_getInfo(3SMARTCARD), SCF_Card_lock(3SMARTCARD), SCF_Session_getTerminal(3SMARTCARD), attributes(5) SunOS 5.10 28 Feb 2001 SCF_Terminal_getCard(3SMARTCARD)
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