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NAME

       sasl_verifyfile_t - Cyrus SASL documentation

SYNOPSIS

       #include <sasl/sasl.h>

       typedef enum {
           SASL_VRFY_PLUGIN, /* a DLL/shared library plugin */
           SASL_VRFY_CONF,   /* a configuration file */
           SASL_VRFY_PASSWD, /* a password storage file */
           SASL_VRFY_OTHER   /* some other file type */
       } sasl_verify_type_t

       int sasl_verifyfile_t(void *context,
                       const char *file,
                       sasl_verify_type_t type)

DESCRIPTION

       int sasl_verifyfile_t(void *context,

       const char *file,

       sasl_verify_type_t type)
              sasl_verifyfile_t()  is  used  to check whether a given file is okay for use by the
              SASL library.   This  is  intended  to allow  applications  to  sanity  check   the
              environment.  For  example,  to  ensure  that plugins or the config file cannot  be
              written to.

              Parameters

                     · context – context from the callback record

                     · context – context from the callback record

                     · file – full path of the file to verify

                     · type – type of the file.

RETURN VALUE

       SASL  callback  functions should return SASL return codes.   See  sasl.h  for  a  complete
       list. SASL_OK indicates success.

       Other return codes indicate errors and should be handled.

SEE ALSO

       RFC 4422,:saslman:sasl(3), sasl_callbacks(3) sasl_errors(3)

AUTHOR

       The Cyrus Team

COPYRIGHT

       1993-2019, The Cyrus Team