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OpenXPKI::Service::LibUser:Contributed POpenXPKI::Service::LibSCEP::Command(3)


       SCEP service command base class.	Handles	command	execution to distinct
       command implementations.

   START - new()
       This class derives from Class::Std. Please read the corresponding
       documentation concerning	BUILD, START construction methods and other
       class-specific internals.

       The new() constructor creates a new command object that is capable of
       executing the referenced	interface command.  Expects the	following
       named parameters:
	 COMMAND => name of the	command	to execute
	 PARAMS	 => hash reference containing the command attributes

       The constructor makes sure that only explicitly allowed commands	are
       accepted	and throws an exception	otherwise. If the constructor returns
       without error (exception), the command was accepted as valid and	the
       passed parameters have been stored internally to	be processed later by
       the execute() method.

       When attaching the implementation the class tries to 'use' an actual
       Perl module which is named like the command. E. g.  if command 'foo' is
       requested, it tries to attach

       Executes	the specified command implementation. Returns a	data structure
       that can	be serialized and directly returned to the client.

       Returns a properly formatted command response (hash reference
       containing the proper arguments). To be called by command

       Return the scep token (crypto object), active group token if set	in the
       servers configuration or	the default token.

       get the scep token alias	for the	current	server

       Return next ca certificate(s) as	(concatenated) PEM encoded

       Default is to fetch the certificate with	a notbefore date greater than
       now from	the root alias group of	the current realm.

       You can override	this by	creating a datapool item with namespace
       scep.cache.getnextca and	the servername as key. The value must be a
       single PEM encoded certificate or a string with multiple	PEM blocks.
       Note: Multiple certificates are only supported using LibSCEP, the old
       SCEP backend takes the first one	and ignores the	remainder.

       Returns undef if	no upcoming ca certificate is found.

perl v5.32.0			  2020-0OpenXPKI::Service::LibSCEP::Command(3)

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