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Manual Reference Pages  -  OPENXPKI::CLIENT::SCEP (3)

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NAME

OpenXPKI::Client::SCEP - OpenXPKI Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol Client

CONTENTS

VERSION

This document describes OpenXPKI::Client::SCEP version $VERSION

SYNOPSIS



    use OpenXPKI::Client::SCEP;
    use CGI;

    my $query     = CGI->new();
    my $operation = $query->param(operation);
    my $message   = $query->param(message);

    my $scep_client = OpenXPKI::Client::SCEP->new(
        {
        SERVICE    => SCEP,
        REALM      => $realm,
        SOCKETFILE => $socket,
        TIMEOUT    => 120, # TODO - make configurable?
        PROFILE    => $profile,
        OPERATION  => $operation,
        MESSAGE    => $message,
        SERVER     => $server,
        ENCRYPTION_ALGORITHM => $enc_alg,
        });
    my $result = $scep_client->send_request();



DESCRIPTION

OpenXPKI::Client::SCEP acts as a client that sends an SCEP request to the OpenXPKI server. It is typically called from within a CGI script that acts as the SCEP server.

INTERFACE

    START

Constructor, see Class::Std.

Expects the following named parameters:
REALM PKI Realm to access (must match server configuration).
OPERATION SCEP operation to send. For allowed operations, see the %allowed_op hash.
MESSAGE SCEP message to send.

    send_request

Sends SCEP request to OpenXPKI server.
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