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FIDO_BIO_TEMPLATE(3) Library Functions Manual FIDO_BIO_TEMPLATE(3)

NAME

fido_bio_template, fido_bio_template_array_count, fido_bio_template_array_free, fido_bio_template_array_new, fido_bio_template_free, fido_bio_template_id_len, fido_bio_template_id_ptr, fido_bio_template_name, fido_bio_template_new, fido_bio_template_set_id, fido_bio_template_set_nameFIDO2 biometric template API

SYNOPSIS

#include <fido.h>
#include <fido/bio.h>

fido_bio_template_t *
fido_bio_template_new(void);

void
fido_bio_template_free(fido_bio_template_t **template_p);

const char *
fido_bio_template_name(const fido_bio_template_t *template);

const unsigned char *
fido_bio_template_id_ptr(const fido_bio_template_t *template);

size_t
fido_bio_template_id_len(const fido_bio_template_t *template);

int
fido_bio_template_set_id(fido_bio_template_t *template, const unsigned char *ptr, size_t len);

int
fido_bio_template_set_name(fido_bio_template_t *template, const char *name);

fido_bio_template_array_t *
fido_bio_template_array_new(void);

void
fido_bio_template_array_free(fido_bio_template_array_t **array_p);

size_t
fido_bio_template_array_count(const fido_bio_template_array_t *array);

const fido_bio_template_t *
fido_bio_template(const fido_bio_template_array_t *array, size_t idx);

DESCRIPTION

Existing FIDO2 biometric enrollments are abstracted in by the fido_bio_template_t and fido_bio_template_array_t types.

The functions described in this page allow a fido_bio_template_t type to be allocated, deallocated, changed, and inspected, and a fido_bio_template_array_t type to be allocated, deallocated, and inspected. For device operations on fido_bio_template_t and fido_bio_template_array_t, please refer to fido_bio_dev_get_info(3).

The () function returns a pointer to a newly allocated, empty fido_bio_template_t type. If memory cannot be allocated, NULL is returned.

The () function releases the memory backing *template_p, where *template_p must have been previously allocated by fido_bio_template_new(). On return, *template_p is set to NULL. Either template_p or *template_p may be NULL, in which case fido_bio_template_free() is a NOP.

The () function returns a pointer to a NUL-terminated string containing the friendly name of template, or NULL if template does not have a friendly name set.

The () function returns a pointer to the template id of template, or NULL if template does not have an id. The corresponding length can be obtained by ().

The () function sets the friendly name of template to name. If name is NULL, the friendly name of template is unset.

The () function returns a pointer to a newly allocated, empty fido_bio_template_array_t type. If memory cannot be allocated, NULL is returned.

The () function releases the memory backing *array_p, where *array_p must have been previously allocated by fido_bio_template_array_new(). On return, *array_p is set to NULL. Either array_p or *array_p may be NULL, in which case fido_bio_template_array_free() is a NOP.

The () function returns the number of templates in array.

The () function returns a pointer to the template at index idx in array. Please note that the first template in array has an idx (index) value of 0.

RETURN VALUES

The error codes returned by fido_bio_template_set_id() and fido_bio_template_set_name() are defined in <fido/err.h>. On success, FIDO_OK is returned.

SEE ALSO

fido_bio_dev_get_info(3), fido_bio_enroll_new(3)

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