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import(1m)							    import(1m)

       import	- Imports binding information and an object UUID from a server

       rpccp import  starting-entry-name -i if-id [-v  versions]  [-e]	[-n  [
       integer]] [-o object-uuid] [-s  syntax] [-u]

       Defines	an  interface  identifier  to be imported (required).  You can
       import only one interface at a time.

       The value has the following  form:  interface-uuid,major-version.minor-
       version	The  UUID  is a hexadecimal string and the version numbers are
       decimal		strings,	   for		 example:	    -i
       ec1eeb60-5943-11c9-a309-08002b102989,1.1	 Leading zeros in version num‐
       bers are ignored.  Indicates how a specified interface version is  used
       (optional).   If	 it  is	 used  without the -i option, the -v option is
       ignored.	 The possible combinations of versions for the -v  option  and
       their actions are as follows:

		 │Versions   │ Action				   │
		 │all	     │ The interface version is ignored.   │
		 │exact	     │ Both  the  major and minor versions │
		 │	     │ must match the specified versions.  │
		 │compatible │ The major version  must	match  the │
		 │	     │ specified  version,  and	 the minor │
		 │	     │ version must  be	 greater  than	or │
		 │	     │ equal to the specified version.	   │
		 │major_only │ The  major  version  must match the │
		 │	     │ specified version; the  minor  ver‐ │
		 │	     │ sion is ignored.			   │
		 │upto	     │ The major version must be less than │
		 │	     │ or equal to that specified.  If the │
		 │	     │ major versions are equal, the minor │
		 │	     │ version must be less than or  equal │
		 │	     │ to that specified.		   │
       If  the	-v option is absent, the command shows compatible version num‐
       bers.  Shows  the  name	of  the	 entry	where  the  binding  is	 found
       (optional).  Declares that the import operation is to continue until no
       more potential bindings are  found  (optional).	 Providing  a  numeric
       value to this option restricts the number of imported bindings.	If you
       omit the number, only one binding is imported.  If repeated, this oper‐
       ation may return the same binding.

       For  example, -n imports all available bindings, and -n 5 imports up to
       five bindings. Note that the imported bindings are displayed as	string
       bindings.   Declares  the  UUID of an object to be imported (optional).
       Only one UUID can occur in a single operation.

       If an object is specified, the import operation limits  its  search  to
       server entries that contain both the specified interface identifier and
       object UUID when searching for a potential  binding.   Without  the  -o
       option, the import operation ignores object UUIDs.

       The    UUID    is    a	 hexadecimal	string,	   for	 example:   -o

       Indicates the name syntax of the entry name (optional). The only	 value
       for  this option is the dce name syntax, which is the default name syn‐
       tax. Until an alternative name syntax becomes available, specifying the
       -s  option  is  unnecessary.   Updates the local CDS cache copy of name
       service data (optional).

       Name service data is cached locally on each machine in a cell.	If  an
       rpccp  inquiry  can  be	satisfied by data in the local CDS cache, this
       cached data is returned.	 Locally cached copies of  name	 service  data
       might  not  include a recent CDS update, however.  If the required data
       is not available in the local CDS cache, rpccp goes to a CDS  server(s)
       to retrieve the required data.  rpccp then updates the local CDS cache.

       Using  the  -u  option  bypasses	 the local cache, allowing rpccp to go
       directly to a CDS server for the inquiry.  rpccp then updates the local
       CDS cache.

       Indicates  the  name  of	 the  server  entry where the import operation
       starts.	For an entry in the local cell, you can omit the cell name and
       specify only the cell-relative name.

       The  import  command imports binding information and an RPC object UUID
       for a specific RPC interface from a server entry. The name of the entry
       and  the interface identifier are required. The entry name can refer to
       a server entry, a group, or a profile.

   Privilege Required
       You need read permission to the specified CDS object entry (the	start‐
       ing  name  service  entry) and to any CDS object entry in the resulting
       search path.

       This command is replaced at Revision 1.1 by the dcecp command  and  may
       not be provided in future releases of DCE.

       The  following commands run RPCCP and import an interface and object: $
       rpccp rpccp>  import -i ec1eeb60-5943-11c9-a309-08002b102989,1.1\ >  -o
       30dbeea0-fb6c-11c9-8eea-08002b0f4528  \ > /.:/LandS/anthro/Cal_host_3

       Commands: export(1m), show server(1m), unexport(1m)


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