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smi_module(3)	      SMI Management Information Library	 smi_module(3)

       smiGetModule,  smiGetFirstModule, smiGetNextModule, smiGetModuleIdenti-
       tyNode,	smiGetFirstImport,  smiGetNextImport,  smiIsImported,  smiGet-
       FirstRevision, smiGetNextRevision - SMI module information routines

       #include	<time.h>
       #include	<smi.h>

       SmiModule *smiGetModule(char *module);

       SmiModule *smiGetFirstModule();

       SmiModule *smiGetNextModule(SmiModule *smiModulePtr);

       SmiNode *smiGetModuleIdentityNode(SmiModule *smiModulePtr);

       SmiImport *smiGetFirstImport(SmiModule *smiModulePtr);

       SmiImport *smiGetNextImport(SmiImport *smiImportPtr);

       int smiIsImported(SmiModule *smiModulePtr, SmiModule *importedModulePtr,	char *importedName);

       SmiRevision *smiGetFirstRevision(SmiModule *smiModulePtr);

       SmiRevision *smiGetNextRevision(SmiRevision *smiRevisionPtr);

       typedef struct SmiModule	{
	   SmiIdentifier       name;
	   char		       *path;
	   char		       *organization;
	   char		       *contactinfo;
	   char		       *description;
	   char		       *reference;
	   SmiLanguage	       language;
	   int		       conformance;
       } SmiModule;

       typedef struct SmiRevision {
	   time_t	       date;
	   char		       *description;
       } SmiRevision;

       typedef struct SmiImport	{
	   SmiIdentifier       module;
	   SmiIdentifier       name;
       } SmiImport;

       These functions retrieve	various	meta information on MIB	modules. Other
       functions to retrieve the definitions within a module are documented in
       smi_type(3), smi_node(3), and smi_macro(3).

       The  smiGetModule()  function  retrieves	a struct SmiModule that	repre-
       sents the SMI module  named  module.  Elements  not  available  or  not
       present	for  this  module  contain  NULL.  If the module is not	found,
       smiGetModule() returns NULL.

       The smiGetFirstModule() and smiGetNextModule() functions	 are  used  to
       iteratively  retrieve  struct SmiModules	of all known modules.  smiGet-
       FirstModule() returns the first	known  module.	 Subsequent  calls  to
       smiGetNextModule()  return  the	following  ones.  If there are no more
       modules NULL is returned.

       The smiGetModuleIdentityNode() function retrieves a struct SmiNode that
       represents  the node that is used to identify the containing MIB	module
       specified by smiModulePtr.  If there is no such identity	node, i.e.  if
       this  is	 not an	SMIv2 or SMIng module converted	from SMIv2, smiGetMod-
       uleIdentityNode() returns NULL.

       The smiGetFirstImport() and smiGetNextImport() functions	 are  used  to
       iteratively  retrieve  struct  SmiImports  of  a	given module.  smiGet-
       FirstImport() returns the first identifier imported by the module spec-
       ified  by  smiModulePtr.	 Subsequent calls to smiGetNextImport()	return
       the following ones.  If there are no more imported identifiers NULL  is

       The smiIsImported() function returns a positive value if	the identifier
       importedName defined in the module specified  by	 importedModulePtr  is
       imported	in the module specified	by smiModulePtr, or zero otherwise.

       The  smiGetFirstRevision()  and smiGetNextRevision() functions are used
       to iteratively retrieve struct SmiRevisions of a	given module.  smiGet-
       FirstRevision() returns the first (that is most recent) revision	infor-
       mation of the module specified by  smiModulePtr.	 Subsequent  calls  to
       smiGetNextRevision()  return  the  revision  after (timely before) that
       one. If there are no more revisions NULL	is returned.

       ${prefix}/include/smi.h	  SMI library header file

       libsmi(3), smi_config(3), smi_node(3), smi.h

       (C)    1999-2001	   Frank    Strauss,	TU    Braunschweig,    Germany

IBR				August 16, 2001			 smi_module(3)


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