Global message types
|System messages. |
|Ad-hoc messages. |
|NetIDMgr Credentials Database messages. |
|NetIDMgr Module Manager messages. |
|NetIDMgr Credential messages. |
|Action list messages. |
|Alert messages. |
|Identity messages. |
|Base message type ID for customized message types. |
|#define KMSG_ACT 5|
Action list messages.
Notifications of changes in action state and firing of custom actions.
|#define KMSG_ADHOC 1|
These are messages that are sent through add hoc publishers and subscribers.
|#define KMSG_ALERT 6|
Notifier is the component which displays alerts and error messages when the NetIDMgr window is normally in operation and which displays balloon prompts when the window is minimized to alert the user to important messages such as credentials expiring etc.
|#define KMSG_CRED 4|
NetIDMgr Credential messages.
Notifications of crednetial events. These are the most important events that a credentials provider should respond to. The notifications provide co-oridination between credential providers for performing basic credentials management tasks such as obtaining new credentials for an identity, deleting credentials for an identity, obtaining or deleting credentials of a particular type for an identity etc.
|#define KMSG_IDENT 7|
These are messages that are sent to the identity provider. These are generally dispatched through a specific subscription object and are not broadcast.
|#define KMSG_KCDB 2|
NetIDMgr Credentials Database messages.
These messages notify subscribers of events related to the credentials database, such as the registration, unregistration and modification of identities, attributes, attribute types and credential types. It also provides notifications of changes to the root crednetial set.
|#define KMSG_KMM 3|
NetIDMgr Module Manager messages.
|#define KMSG_SYSTEM 0|
All subscribers are subscribed to the system message class by default.
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