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IFDHPowerICC

Section: Smartcard Library Functions (3SMARTCARD)
Updated: 4 Dec 2002
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NAME

IFDHPowerICC - power up or power down the smart card  

SYNOPSIS

#include <smartcard/ifdhandler.h>

RESPONSECODE IFDHPowerICC(DWORD Lun, DWORD Action, PUCHAR Atr, PDWORD AtrLength);  

PARAMETERS

The IFDHPowerICC() takes the following parameters:  

Input

Lun Logical Unit Number

Action Action to be taken

AtrLength Maximum length of the ATR

 

Output

Atr Answer to Reset (ATR) value of the inserted card

AtrLength Actual length of the ATR

 

DESCRIPTION

The IFDHPowerICC() function controls the power and reset signals of the ICC (smart card) at the reader or slot specified by Lun. The Action parameter can take one of the following values:

IFD_POWER_UP Power and reset the card. Return the ATR and its length.

IFD_POWER_DOWN Power down the card. The Atr and AtrLength parameters are set to 0.

IFD_RESET Perform a quick reset on the card. Return the ATR and its length.

The IFD handler caches the ATR during a power up or reset and returns the ATR and its length in a call to IFDHGetCapabilities(3SMARTCARD).

Memory cards without an ATR return IFD_SUCCESS on power up or reset but Atr and AtrLength are set to 0.  

RETURN VALUES

The following values are returned:

IFD_SUCCESS Successful completion.

IFD_ERROR_POWER_ACTION An error occurred while powering up or resetting the card.

IFD_NOT_SUPPORTED The action specified by Action is not supported.

IFD_COMMUNICATION_ERROR An error occurred.

 

ATTRIBUTES

See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

ATTRIBUTE TYPEATTRIBUTE VALUE
Interface StabilityEvolving

 

SEE ALSO

IFDHCreateChannelByName(3SMARTCARD), IFDHGetCapabilities(3SMARTCARD), attributes(5)  

NOTES

This manual page is derived from the MUSCLE PC/SC IFD Driver Developer Kit documentation. License terms and attribution and copyright information for this interface are available at the default location /var/sadm/pkg/SUNWocfh/install/copyright. If the Solaris Operating Environment has been installed anywhere other than the default location, modify the path to access the file at the installed location.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
PARAMETERS
Input
Output
DESCRIPTION
RETURN VALUES
ATTRIBUTES
SEE ALSO
NOTES

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