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cas-group-list-entries — Getting group members
Use one of the following to indicate the type of group for which you want a list of members:
- The name of the group.
- -a, --anonymous
Enables anonymous authentication. Only supported with transport security or the GSI Secure Conversation authentication mechanism.
- -c, --serverCertificate
Specifies the server's certificate file used for encryption. Only needed for the GSI Secure Message authentication mechanism.
Runs the client with debug message traces and error stack traces.
- -f, --descriptor
Specifies a client security descriptor. Overrides all other security settings.
Prints the usage message for the client.
- -l, --contextLifetime
Sets the lifetime of the client security context.
valueis in milliseconds. Only supported with the GSI Secure Conversation authentication mechanism [FIXME glossterm?].
- -m, --securityMech
Specifies the authentication mechanism. The value
msgfor GSI Secure Message, or
convfor GSI Secure Conversation.
- -p, --protection
Specifies the protection level.
sigfor signature, or
- -x, --proxyFilename
Sets the proxy file to use as client credential.
Sets the CAS Service instance, where
cas-urlis the URL of the CAS service instance. Alternatively, an environment variable can be set as shown here.
The instance URL typically looks like
Portare the host and port where the container with the CAS service is running.
Specifies the type of authorization used, such as
If you cannot use a standard method for authorization, you can use the specific CAS server's identity as the value.
Alternatively, an environment variable can be set as shown here.
If none of the above are set, host authorization is done by default and the expected server credential is
<fqdn>is the fully qualified domain name of the host on which the CAS service is up.
If the service being contacted is using GSI Secure Transport [FIXME glossterm], then the container credentials configured for the service will be used, even if service/resource level credentials are configured. Hence authorization needs to be done based on the DN of the container credentials.
Prints the version number.
If you have an asterisk (*) in your command, you might need to escape it with a backslash ( \ ).