1/*
2 * Data Types for policy and principal information that
3 * exists in the respective databases.
4 *
5 * $Header$
6 *
7 * This file was originally created with rpcgen.
8 * It has been hacked up since then.
9 */
10
11#ifndef __ADB_H__
12#define __ADB_H__
13
14#pragma ident	"%Z%%M%	%I%	%E% SMI"
15
16#include <sys/types.h>
17#include <errno.h>
18#include <krb5.h>
19#include <kdb.h>
20/* Okay, this is a bit obscure.  The libdb2 configure script doesn't
21   detect it, but on Tru64 5.1, netinet/in.h causes sys/bittypes.h to
22   be included, and that has a typedef for u_int32_t.  Because the
23   configure script doesn't detect it, it causes db-config.h to have a
24   #define for u_int32_t, so including db.h and then netinet/in.h
25   causes compilation to fail.
26
27   Since gssrpc/types.h includes netinet/in.h, including that first
28   will cause the typedef to be seen before the macro definition,
29   which still isn't quite right, but is close enough for now.
30
31   A better fix might be for db.h to include netinet/in.h if that's
32   where we find u_int32_t.  */
33/* Solaris Kerberos: gssrpc not supported */
34#if 0 /************** Begin IFDEF'ed OUT *******************************/
35#include <gssrpc/types.h>
36#include <gssrpc/xdr.h>
37#else
38#include <rpc/types.h>
39#include <rpc/xdr.h>
40#endif /**************** END IFDEF'ed OUT *******************************/
41#include <db.h>
42#include <kdb/adb_err.h>
43#include <com_err.h>
44
45typedef	long		osa_adb_ret_t;
46
47#define OSA_ADB_POLICY_DB_MAGIC	0x12345A00
48
49#define OSA_ADB_POLICY_VERSION_MASK	0x12345D00
50#define OSA_ADB_POLICY_VERSION_1	0x12345D01
51
52
53
54typedef struct _osa_adb_db_lock_ent_t {
55     FILE     *lockfile;
56     char     *filename;
57     int      refcnt, lockmode, lockcnt;
58     krb5_context context;
59} osa_adb_lock_ent, *osa_adb_lock_t;
60
61typedef struct _osa_adb_db_ent_t {
62     int        magic;
63     DB         *db;
64     HASHINFO   info;
65     BTREEINFO  btinfo;
66     char       *filename;
67     osa_adb_lock_t lock;
68     int        opencnt;
69} osa_adb_db_ent, *osa_adb_db_t, *osa_adb_princ_t, *osa_adb_policy_t;
70
71/*
72 * Return Code (the rest are in adb_err.h)
73 */
74
75#define OSA_ADB_OK		0
76
77/*
78 * Functions
79 */
80
81krb5_error_code	osa_adb_create_db(char *filename, char *lockfile, int magic);
82krb5_error_code	osa_adb_destroy_db(char *filename, char *lockfile, int magic);
83krb5_error_code   osa_adb_rename_db(char *filefrom, char *lockfrom,
84				  char *fileto, char *lockto, int magic);
85krb5_error_code	osa_adb_init_db(osa_adb_db_t *dbp, char *filename,
86				char *lockfile, int magic);
87krb5_error_code	osa_adb_fini_db(osa_adb_db_t db, int magic);
88krb5_error_code	osa_adb_get_lock(osa_adb_db_t db, int mode);
89krb5_error_code	osa_adb_release_lock(osa_adb_db_t db);
90krb5_error_code osa_adb_open_and_lock(osa_adb_princ_t db, int locktype);
91krb5_error_code osa_adb_close_and_unlock(osa_adb_princ_t db);
92krb5_error_code	osa_adb_close_policy(osa_adb_policy_t db);
93krb5_error_code	osa_adb_create_policy(osa_adb_policy_t db,
94				      osa_policy_ent_t entry);
95krb5_error_code	osa_adb_destroy_policy(osa_adb_policy_t db,
96				       char * name);
97krb5_error_code	osa_adb_get_policy(osa_adb_policy_t db,
98				   char * name,
99				   osa_policy_ent_t *entry,
100				   int *cnt);
101krb5_error_code	osa_adb_put_policy(osa_adb_policy_t db,
102				   osa_policy_ent_t entry);
103krb5_error_code	osa_adb_iter_policy(osa_adb_policy_t db,
104				    osa_adb_iter_policy_func func,
105				    void * data);
106void		osa_free_policy_ent(osa_policy_ent_t val);
107
108bool_t  xdr_osa_policy_ent_rec(XDR *xdrs, osa_policy_ent_t objp);
109
110#endif /* __ADB_H__ */
111