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OpenXPKOpenXPKI::ServeUseroContributediPerl:DocumentationtExport::GetConfig(3)

Name
       OpenXPKI::Server::Workflow::Activity::Reports::CertExport::GetConfig

Description
       Load the	export config specified	by the config_path read	from the
       context.	 Looks up the identifiers of the necessary encryption
       certificates.  The config is written to the workflow context.

Name
       OpenXPKI::Server::Workflow::Activity::Reports::CertExport::GetConfig

Description
       Load the	configuration from the config layer into the workflow context,
       setting default values if parameter is missing.

       Takes the path to the config from the context value "config_path".

Configuration
	   myexport:
	       tmpdir: /var/tmp
	       umask: 0640
	       max_records: 5
	       key_namespace: certificate.privatekey
	       queue_namespace:	certificate.export.default
	       encryption_target:
		   subject: CN=Mailgateway,O=MyCompany,C=COM
		   realm: server-ca

       The keys	max_records, key_namespace, queue_namespace are	all optional,
       with the	values above used as default.

       The encryption_target hash is used to search for	certificates, subject
       is mandatory and	can contain wildcards as accepted by sql LIKE. The
       realm defaults to the sessions realm if not given. The
       certificate_identifier of all certificates which	are valid at the time
       of the search are written to enc_cert_ids.

       This method is a	co-worker for
       OpenXPKI::Server::Workflow::Activity::Reports::CertExport::GenerateExportFile
       where the params	are explained in detail.

perl v5OpenXPKI::Server::Workflow::Activity::Reports::CertExport::GetConfig(3)

Name | Description | Name | Description | Configuration

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