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NAME

       globus_ftp_control_client.c -

SYNOPSIS

   Functions
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_handle_init (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_handle_destroy (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_connect (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle, char
           *host, unsigned short port, globus_ftp_control_response_callback_t callback, void
           *callback_arg)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_response_destroy (globus_ftp_control_response_t
           *response)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_response_copy (globus_ftp_control_response_t *src,
           globus_ftp_control_response_t *dest)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_authenticate (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle,
           globus_ftp_control_auth_info_t *auth_info, globus_bool_t use_auth,
           globus_ftp_control_response_callback_t callback, void *callback_arg)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_send_command (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle,
           const char *cmdspec, globus_ftp_control_response_callback_t callback, void
           *callback_arg,...)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_abort (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle,
           globus_ftp_control_response_callback_t callback, void *callback_arg)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_quit (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle,
           globus_ftp_control_response_callback_t callback, void *callback_arg)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_force_close (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle,
           globus_ftp_control_response_callback_t callback, void *callback_arg)
       globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_auth_info_init (globus_ftp_control_auth_info_t
           *auth_info, gss_cred_id_t credential_handle, globus_bool_t encrypt, char *user, char
           *password, char *account, char *subject)
       int globus_ftp_control_auth_info_compare (globus_ftp_control_auth_info_t *auth_info_1,
           globus_ftp_control_auth_info_t *auth_info_2)

Detailed Description

       Client-side FTP Control API.

Function Documentation

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_handle_init (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle)
       Initialize a globus ftp handle. This function will set up (i.e. intialize all mutexes and
       variables) a globus ftp handle. It will also enter the handle in a list used by the module
       activation/deactivation functions.

       Parameters:
           handle The handle to initialize.

       Returns:

           · GLOBUS_SUCCESS

           · error object

       References globus_ftp_control_auth_info_init(), and GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE.

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_handle_destroy (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle)
       Destroy a globus ftp handle. This function will free up all dynamicly allocated memory
       associated with a given globus ftp handle. It will also remove the handle from a list used
       by the module activation/deactivation functions. This function should only be called after
       a call to either globus_ftp_control_force_close or globus_ftp_control_quit.

       Parameters:
           handle The handle to destory.

       Returns:

           · success

           · invalid handle

           · handle is still in connected state

       References GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE, and globus_ftp_control_response_destroy().

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_connect (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle, char *host,
       unsigned shortport, globus_ftp_control_response_callback_tcallback, void *callback_arg)
       Create a new control connection to an FTP server. This function is used to initiate an FTP
       control connection. It creates the socket to the FTP server. When the connection is made
       to the server, and the server's identification string is received, the callback function
       will be invoked.

       Parameters:
           handle A pointer to a initialized FTP control handle. This handle will be used for all
           subsequent FTP control operations.
           host The hostname of the FTP server.
           port The TCP port number of the FTP server.
           callback A function to be called once the connection to the server is established, and
           a response has been read.
           callback_arg Parameter to the callback function.

       Returns:

           · success

           · Null handle

           · Null host

           · Illegal port number

           · Null callback

           · Cannot resolve hostname

           · Cannot create socket

       Callback errors:

           · success

           · connection refused

           · protocol error

           · eof

       Expected callback response values:

           · 120 Service ready in nnn minutes.

           · 220 Service ready for new user.

           · 421 Service not available, closing control connection.

           · 500 Syntax error, command unrecognized.

       Note:
           The server may send other responses.

       References GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE.

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_response_destroy (globus_ftp_control_response_t *response)
       Helper function which frees the memory associated with a response structure. This is a
       helper function which frees the memory associated with a response structure.

       Parameters:
           response This parameter indicates the response structure to destroy

       Returns:

           · Error object

           · GLOBUS_SUCCESS

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_response_copy (globus_ftp_control_response_t *src,
       globus_ftp_control_response_t *dest)
       Helper function which copies one response structure to another. This is a helper function
       which copies one response structure to another.

       Parameters:
           src This parameter indicates the response structure to copy
           dest This parameter specifies the target response structure

       Returns:

           · Error object

           · GLOBUS_SUCCESS

       References GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE.

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_authenticate (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle,
       globus_ftp_control_auth_info_t *auth_info, globus_bool_tuse_auth,
       globus_ftp_control_response_callback_tcallback, void *callback_arg)
       Authenticate the user to the FTP server. This will perform the authentication handshake
       with the FTP server. depending on which parameters are non-NULL, the authentication may
       involve GSSAPI credentials, a username, a password, and an account name.

       Note:
           Do we want to add attribute arguments for:

           · specifying type of delegation

           · gsswrap control messages for integrity or confidentiality

       Parameters:
           handle A pointer to a unauthenticated GSIFTP control handle. In the case of GSS
           authentication the GSS security context is stored in this structure.
           auth_info This structure is used to pass the following information:

           · user The user's name for login purposes. If this string is 'anonymous', 'ftp',
             GLOBUS_NULL or ':globus-mapping:' then the password argument is optional. If this
             string is GLOBUS_NULL or ':globus-mapping:' and gss_auth is true then the users
             login is looked by the FTP server host.

           · password The password for the above user argument. If the user argument is
             'anonymous' or 'ftp' or if gss_auth is true this string may be GLOBUS_NULL.

           · account This parameter is optional. If not used it should be set to GLOBUS_NULL. It
             might be needed by firewalls.

           · auth_gssapi_subject The GSSAPI subject name of the server you are connecting to. If
             this is GLOBUS_NULL, and the gss_auth parameter is set to GLOBUS_TRUE, then the name
             will default to the host name.

           use_auth If set to GLOBUS_TRUE the above argument indicates that GSS authentication
           should be used, otherwise cleartext user/password authentication is used.
           callback The function to be called once the authentication process is complete or when
           an error occurs.
           callback_arg User supplied argument to the callback function

       Returns:

           · success

           · Null handle

           · Invalid handle

           · Handle already authenticated

       Callback errors:

           · success

           · authentication failed

           · protocol error

           · eof

       Expected callback response values:

           · 230 User logged in, proceed.

           · 232 User logged in, authorized by security data exchange.

           · 234 Security data exchange complete.

           · 331 User name okay, need password.

           · 332 Need account for login.

           · 336 Username okay, need password. Challenge is '....'

           · 431 Need some unavailable resource to process security.

           · 500 Syntax error, command unrecognized.

           · 530 Not logged in.

       Note:
           The server may send other responses.

           The function globus_ftp_control_authenticate_ex() is identical except that the
           auth_info->req_flags is used. If delegation flags or any flags other than
           GSS_C_MUTUAL_FLAG and GSS_C_CONF_FLAG are desired, they must be set explicitly. It is
           the caller's responsibility to ensure that req_flags only contains valid flags.

       References GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE.

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_send_command (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle, const
       char *cmdspec, globus_ftp_control_response_callback_tcallback, void *callback_arg, ...)
       Send an FTP protocol command to the FTP server and register a response handler. This
       function is used to send an FTP command, and register a handler to receive the FTP reply
       (or replies, if an intermediate one is sent). When the control channel is gss
       authenticated, the message and the reply will be automatically gss wrapped/unwrapped.

       Parameters:
           handle A pointer to a GSIFTP control handle. The command described by the cmdspec is
           issued to the server over the control channel associated with this handle.
           cmdspec A printf-style format string containing the text of the command to send to the
           server. The optional parameters to the format string are passed after the callback_arg
           in the function invocation.
           callback The function to be called once the authentication process is complete or when
           an error occurs.
           callback_arg User supplied argument to the callback function
           ... Parameters which will be substituted into the % escapes in the cmdspec string.

       Returns:

           · Success

           · Null handle

           · Command already in progress

       Callback errors:

           · success

           · protocol error

           · eof

       Expected callback response values:
           Any defined in RFC 959, 2228, 2389, draft-ietf-ftpext-mlst-10, or the protocol
           extensions document.

       References GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE.

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_abort (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle,
       globus_ftp_control_response_callback_tcallback, void *callback_arg)
       Send an ABORT to the FTP server and register a response handler. This function is used to
       send the ABORT message to the FTP server. The ABORT message is sent out-of-band, and
       terminates any current data transfer in progress.

       As a result of the ABORT, the data channels used by this control channel will be closed.
       The data command callback will be issued with either a completion reply, or a transfer
       aborted reply. The ABORT callback will also be invoked, with the server's response to the
       abort command.

       Any attempts to register buffers for read or write after an ABORT has been sent will fail
       with a 'no transfer in progress' error.

       Parameters:
           handle A pointer to a GSIFTP control handle. The ABORT command is issued to the server
           over the control channel associated with this handle.
           callback The function to be called once the authentication process is complete or when
           an error occurs.
           callback_arg User supplied argument to the callback function

       Returns:

           · Success

           · Null handle

           · No transfer in progress

       Callback errors:

           · success

           · protocol error

           · eof

       Expected callback response values:

           · 226 Abort successful.

           · 500 Syntax error, command unrecognized.

       Note:
           The server may send other responses.

       References GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE.

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_quit (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle,
       globus_ftp_control_response_callback_tcallback, void *callback_arg)
       Send a QUIT message to the FTP server and register a response handler. This function is
       used to close the control channel to the FTP server. There should be no transfer commands
       in progress when this is called. Once the final response callback passed to this function
       is invoked, the control handle can no longer be used for any gsiftp control operations.

       Note:
           Need to further define behavior for when a QUIT happens during a transfer or command
           is in progress.

           Since this function waits until all other callbacks are completed before calling it's
           own callback it may not be called in a blocking fashion from another callback.

       Parameters:
           handle A pointer to a GSIFTP control handle. The quit message is issued to the server
           over the control channel associated with this handle.
           callback The function to be called once the authentication process is complete or when
           an error occurs.
           callback_arg User supplied argument to the callback function

       Returns:

           · Success

           · Null handle

           · Command in progress

       Callback errors:

           · success

           · protocol error

           · eof

       Expected callback response values:

           · 221 Service closing control connection.

           · 500 Syntax error, command unrecognized.

       Note:
           The server may send other responses.

       References GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE, and globus_ftp_control_send_command().

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_force_close (globus_ftp_control_handle_t *handle,
       globus_ftp_control_response_callback_tcallback, void *callback_arg)
       Force a close of the control connection without waiting for outstanding commands to
       complete and without sending QUIT. This function is used to close the control channel to
       the FTP server. Once the final response callback passed to this function is invoked, the
       control handle can no longer be used for any gsiftp control operations.

       Note:
           Since this function waits until all other callbacks are completed before calling it's
           own callback it may not be called in a blocking fashion from another callback.

       Parameters:
           handle A pointer to a GSIFTP control handle. The quit message is issued to the server
           over the control channel associated with this handle.
           callback The function to be called once the authentication process is complete or when
           an error occurs.
           callback_arg User supplied argument to the callback function

       Returns:

           · Success

           · Null handle

       Callback errors:

           · success

           · failure

       Expected callback response values:

           · GLOBUS_NULL

       References globus_ftp_control_data_force_close(), and GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE.

   globus_result_t globus_ftp_control_auth_info_init (globus_ftp_control_auth_info_t *auth_info,
       gss_cred_id_tcredential_handle, globus_bool_tencrypt, char *user, char *password, char
       *account, char *subject)
       Helper function which initializes a authentication information structure. This is helper
       function initializes a authentication information structure with the values contained in
       the second to fifth arguments, which may be GLOBUS_NULL. No memory is allocated in this
       function.

       Parameters:
           auth_info The authentication structure to initialize.
           credential_handle The credential to use for authentication. This may be
           GSS_C_NO_CREDENTIAL to use the user's default credential.
           encrypt Boolean whether or not to encrypt the control channel for this handle.
           user The user name
           password The password for the user name
           account The account for the user name/password
           subject The gss api subject name

       Returns:

           · Error object

           · GLOBUS_SUCCESS

       References GLOBUS_FTP_CONTROL_MODULE.

   int globus_ftp_control_auth_info_compare (globus_ftp_control_auth_info_t *auth_info_1,
       globus_ftp_control_auth_info_t *auth_info_2)
       Helper function which compares two authentication information structures. This is helper
       function compares two authentication information structures and return zero if the two
       structures are deemed equal and a non-zero value otherwise.

       Parameters:
           auth_info_1 The first authentication structure
           auth_info_2 The second authentication structure

       Returns:

           · 0 if the structures are equal

           · !0 if the structures differ or an error occured

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