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       gss_encapsulate_token - API function


       #include <gss.h>

       extern   OM_uint32   gss_encapsulate_token(gss_const_buffer_t  input_token,  gss_const_OID
       token_oid, gss_buffer_t output_token);


       gss_const_buffer_t input_token
                   (buffer, opaque, read) Buffer with GSS-API context token data.

       gss_const_OID token_oid
                   (Object ID, read) Object identifier of token.

       gss_buffer_t output_token
                   (buffer, opaque, modify) Encapsulated token data;
                     caller must release with gss_release_buffer().


       Add the mechanism-independent token header to GSS-API context token data.   This  is  used
       for  the  initial  token  of a GSS-API context establishment sequence.  It incorporates an
       identifier of the mechanism type to be used on that context,  and  enables  tokens  to  be
       interpreted  unambiguously  at  GSS-API peers.  See further section 3.1 of RFC 2743.  This
       function is standardized in RFC 6339.


       `GSS_S_COMPLETE`: Indicates  successful  completion,  and  that  output  parameters  holds
       correct information.

       `GSS_S_FAILURE`:  Indicates  that  encapsulation  failed  for  reasons  unspecified at the
       GSS-API level.


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