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       dpm_abortfiles - abort a set of file requests


       #include <sys/types.h>
       #include "dpm_api.h"

       int  dpm_abortfiles  (char  *r_token,  int  nbsurls,  char **surls, int *nbreplies, struct
       dpm_filestatus **filestatuses)


       dpm_abortfiles aborts a set of file requests.  File  requests  in  status  DPM_QUEUED  are
       removed  from  the queue of pending requests, the ones in status DPM_READY or DPM_DONE are
       released (unpinned).

       The input arguments are:

              specifies the token returned by a previous get/put/copy request.

              specifies the number of files to be aborted.

       surls  specifies the array of file names.

       The output arguments are:

              will be set to the number of replies in the array of file statuses.

              will be set to the address of an array of dpm_filestatus  structures  allocated  by
              the  API.  The  client  application  is  responsible for freeing the array when not
              needed anymore.

       struct dpm_filestatus {
            char      *surl;
            int       status;
            char      *errstring;


       This routine returns 0 if the operation was successful or -1 if the operation  failed.  In
       the latter case, serrno is set appropriately.


       ENOENT       File does not exist.

       EACCES       Permission denied.

       EFAULT       r_token, surls, nbreplies or filestatuses is a NULL pointer.

       ENOMEM       Memory could not be allocated for marshalling the request.

       EINVAL       nbsurls is not strictly positive, the token is not known or all file requests
                    have errors.

       ENAMETOOLONG The length of the surl exceeds CA_MAXSFNLEN.

       SENOSHOST    Host unknown.

       SEINTERNAL   Database error.

       SECOMERR     Communication error.