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OpenXPKI::Crypto::ToolUser3Contributed Perl DocumeOpenXPKI::Crypto::Toolkit(3)

   __load_config_system_token ()
       Initialize system token

   __load_config_realm_token ( { NAME, SECRET, CERTIFICATE })
       Initialize realm	token defined by NAME (full alias as registered	in the
       alias table). SECRET can	be omitted if the key is not protected by a
       passphrase.  CERTIFICATE	is usually omitted and resolved	internally by
       calling get_certificate_for_alias. For situations where the alias can
       not be resolved (testing), you can provide the result structure of the
       API call	in the CERTIFICATE parameter.

Name
       OpenXPKI::Crypto::Toolkit - an ABSTRACT superclass for Backends and
       Tools

Description
       This class provides an abstraction for both Backends and	Tools, i.e.
       OpenXPKI::Crypto::Backend::OpenSSL or OpenXPKI::Crypto::Tool::SCEP Note
       that it can not be instantiated.

Functions
   START
       is the constructor (see Class:Std). It requires five basic parameters
       which are described here. The other parameters are engine specific and
       are described in	the related engine documentation.

       o   RANDFILE (file to store the random informations)

       o   SHELL (the binary to	use)

       o   TMP (the used temporary directory which must	be private)

   command
       execute a  command. You must specify the	name of	the command as first
       parameter followed by a hash with parameters.

See Also
       OpenXPKI::Crypto::Backend::OpenSSL OpenXPKI::Crypto::Tool::SCEP

perl v5.24.1			  2017-07-03	  OpenXPKI::Crypto::Toolkit(3)

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