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 CSSM_DL_GetDbNames(3) -- Get list of logical data store names (CDSA)
    This function returns the list of logical data store names for all data stores that are known by and accessible to the specified DL module. This list also includes the number of data store names in th...
 CSSM_DL_GetDbOwner(3) -- Get data base owner (CDSA)
    This function returns a CSSM_ACL_OWNER_PROTOTYPE describing the current Owner of the Data Base.
 CSSM_DL_PassThrough(3) -- Extend data storage module functionality (CDSA)
    This function allows applications to call data storage library module-specific operations that have been exported. Such operations may include queries or services that are specific to the domain repre...
 CSSM_EncryptData(3) -- Encrypts all buffer data (CDSA)
    This function encrypts all data contained in the set of input buffers using information in the context. The CSSM_QuerySize() function can be used to estimate the output buffer size required. The minim...
 CSSM_EncryptDataFinal(3) -- Finalize staged encryption process (CDSA)
    This function finalizes the staged encryption process by returning any remaining cipher text not returned in the previous staged encryption call. The cipher text is returned in a single buffer.
 CSSM_EncryptDataInit(3) -- Initialize the staged encrypt funciton (CDSA)
    This function initializes the staged encrypt function. There may be algorithm-specific and token-specific rules restricting the lengths of data following data update calls making use of these paramete...
 CSSM_EncryptDataUpdate(3) -- Continue the staged encryption process (CDSA)
    This function continues the staged encryption process over all data in the set of input buffers. There can be algorithm-specific and token-specific rules restricting the lengths of data in CSSM_Encryp...
 CSSM_FreeContext(3) -- Free memory associated with the context structure (CDSA)
    This function frees the memory associated with the context structure.
 CSSM_FreeKey(3) -- Clean up keys (CDSA)
    This function requests the cryptographic service provider to clean up any key material associated with the key, and to possibly delete the key from the CSP completely. This function also releases the ...
 CSSM_GenerateAlgorithmParams(3) -- Generate algorithm parameters (CDSA)
    This function generates algorithm parameters for the specified context. These parameters include Diffie-Hellman key agreement parameters and DSA key generation parameters. In most cases the algorithm ...
 CSSM_GenerateKey(3) -- Generate a symmetric key (CDSA)
    This function generates a symmetric key. The KeyUsage, and KeyAttr are used to initialize the keyheader for the newly created key. These values are not retained in the cryptographic Context, which con...
 CSSM_GenerateKeyPair(3) -- Generate an asymmetric key pair (CDSA)
    This function generates an asymmetric key pair. The CSP may cache keying material associated with the new asymmetric keypair. When one or both of the keys are no longer in active use, the application ...
 CSSM_GenerateMac(3) -- Compute a message authentication code (CDSA)
    This function computes a message authentication code for all data contained in the set of input buffers.
 CSSM_GenerateMacFinal(3) -- Finalize the staged message authentication code (CDSA)
    This function finalizes the staged message authentication code function.
 CSSM_GenerateMacInit(3) -- Initialize the staged message authentication code (CDSA)
    This function initializes the staged message authentication code function.
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