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gss_canonicalize_name(3)			      gss_canonicalize_name(3)

       gss_canonicalize_name() - convert an internal name to an internal mech‐
       anism name (MN) representation of an opaque internal name


       The routine generate a canonical mechanism name (MN) from an  arbitrary
       internal name. The mechanism name is the name that would be returned to
       a context acceptor on successful authentication of a context where  the
       initiator  used	the  input_name	 in a successful call to specifying an
       Object Identifier (OID) set containing mech_type as  its	 only  member,
       followed by a call to specifying mech_type as the authentication mecha‐

   Input Parameters
       input_name	     Specifies the name for which a canonical form  is

       mech_type	     The authentication mechanism for which the canon‐
			     ical form of the name  is	desired.  The  desired
			     mechanism	 must	be  specified  explicitly;  no
			     default is provided.

   Output Parameters
       output_name	     The resultant canonical name.

       minor_status	     Returns a status code from	 the  security	mecha‐

       The following status codes can be returned:

       The routine was completed successfully.

       The identified mechanism is not supported.

       The provided internal name contains no elements that could be processed
				by the specified mechanism.

       The provided internal name was ill-formed.

       The routine failed.  Check the
				minor_status parameter for details.

       was developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

       gss_compare_name(3), gss_import_name(3), gss_release_name(3).

       The  manpages  for DCE-GSSAPI are included with the DCE-CoreTools prod‐
       uct.  To see those manpages add to


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