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gsasl_server_callback_securid_set(3) gsasl gsasl_server_callback_securid_set(3)


gsasl_server_callback_securid_set - API function


#include <gsasl.h>

void gsasl_server_callback_securid_set(Gsasl * ctx, Gsasl_server_callback_securid cb);


libgsasl handle.
callback function


Specify the callback function to use in the server for validating a user via the SECURID mechanism. The function should return GSASL_OK if user authenticated successfully, GSASL_SECURID_SERVER_NEED_ADDITIONAL_PASSCODE if it wants another passcode, GSASL_SECURID_SERVER_NEED_NEW_PIN if it wants a PIN change, or an error. When (and only when) GSASL_SECURID_SERVER_NEED_NEW_PIN is returned, suggestpin can be populated with a PIN code the server suggests, and suggestpinlen set to the length of the PIN. The function can be later retrieved using gsasl_server_callback_securid_get().


This function is part of the old callback interface. The new interface uses gsasl_callback_set() to set the application callback, and uses gsasl_callback() or gsasl_property_get() to invoke the callback for certain properties.


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