- AUTH::abort - Cancels any outstanding auth operations in this authentication session.
- AUTH::authenticate - Performs a new authentication operation.
- AUTH::authenticate_continue - Continues an authentication operation.
- AUTH::cert_credential - Sets the peer certificate credential to the value of a peer certificate for a future AUTH::authenticate call.
- AUTH::cert_issuer_credential - Sets the peer certificate issuer credential to the value of for a future AUTH::authenticate call.
- AUTH::last_event_session_id - Returns the session ID of the last auth event
- AUTH::password_credential - Sets the password credential to the specified string for a future AUTH::authenticate call.
- AUTH::response_data - Returns pairwise auth query results
- AUTH::ssl_cc_ldap_status - Returns the status from the last successful client certificate-based LDAP query.
- AUTH::ssl_cc_ldap_username - Returns a user name that the system retrieved from the LDAP database.
- AUTH::start - Initializes an authentication session.
- AUTH::status - Returns authentication status.
- AUTH::subscribe - Registers interest in auth query results.
- AUTH::unsubscribe - Cancels interest in auth query results.
- AUTH::username_credential - Sets the username credential to a string. for a future AUTH::authenticate call.
- AUTH::wantcredential_prompt - Returns a string for an authorization session authid’s credential prompt.
- AUTH::wantcredential_prompt_style - Returns an authorization session authid’s credential prompt style.
- AUTH::wantcredential_type - Returns an authorization session authid’s credential type
- AUTH_ERROR - Triggered when an error occurs during authorization (deprecated in 9.4).
- AUTH_FAILURE - Triggered when an unsuccessful authorization operation is completed (deprecated in 9.4).
- AUTH_RESULT - Replaces AUTH_SUCCESS. AUTH_FAILURE. AUTH_ERROR. and AUTH_WANTCREDENTIAL events.
- AUTH_SUCCESS - Triggered when a successful authorization has completed all required authentication services (deprecated in 9.4).
- AUTH_WANTCREDENTIAL - Triggered when an authorization operation needs an additional credential (deprecated in 9.4).
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