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RefreshFunctionTable(3)				       RefreshFunctionTable(3)

       RefreshFunctionTable - Gets EMM-defined API function (CDSA)

       # include <cdsa/cssm.h>

       NameAddrPtr, uint32 NumOfFuncNameAddr)

       Common Security Services Manager library (

       A pointer to a table mapping function names to EMM-defined  APIs.   The
       number of entries in the table referenced by FuncNameAddrPtr.

       CSSM  invokes this function to obtain the EMM-defined API function. The
       table is returned to CSSM in FuncNameAddrPtr and CSSM returns the table
       to the application. The application uses this table to invoke the secu‐
       rity services defined by the EMM's service category. CSSM  must	obtain
       and  forward  the  API  table  to  the application on behalf of the EMM
       because the application is not aware of the optional nature of the EMM.
       Applications use CSSM to obtain the API function table for basic module
       managers and elective module managers, providing a uniform  application
       programming model.

       If  the	Elective Module Manager needs the service provider's SPI func‐
       tion table in order to initialize the API function table, the  EMM  can
       obtain  the  SPI	 function  table by invoking the CSSM-provided service
       cssm_GetAttachFunctions(). The service module may implement only a sub‐
       set of the defined functions and the EMM may wish to manage these func‐
       tions in a particular manner through the API mapping. The elective mod‐
       ule  manager  uses the SPI function table to dispatch application calls
       for service to attached modules.

       Multiple applications and multiple instances of a service module can be
       concurrently  active. The single elective module manager is responsible
       for managing all of these concurrent sessions.  After  completing  ini‐
       tialization  of	the  API function table, the EMM returns the refreshed
       API table to CSSM.

       A CSSM_RETURN value indicating success or specifying a particular error
       condition. The value CSSM_OK indicates success. All other values repre‐
       sent an error condition.

       Errors  are  described	in   the   CDSA	  technical   standard.	   See


       Intel CDSA Application Developer's Guide (see CDSA_intro(3))

       Reference Pages


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