auparse_next_record(3) — Linux manual page

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AUPARSE_NEXT_RECORD(3)       Linux Audit API      AUPARSE_NEXT_RECORD(3)

NAME         top

       auparse_next_record - move record cursor

SYNOPSIS         top

       #include <auparse.h>

       int auparse_next_record(auparse_state_t *au);

DESCRIPTION         top

       auparse_next_record will move the internal library cursors to
       point to the next record of the current event. You should not
       call this function from a feed interface callback function. Doing
       so will deadlock the code. In that scenario, you should check the
       number of records in the current event with
       auparse_get_num_records and only call this if there are more
       records.

RETURN VALUE         top

       Returns -1 if an error occurs, 0 if no more records in current
       event, or 1 for success.

SEE ALSO         top

       auparse_next_event(3),auparse_get_num_records(3).

AUTHOR         top

       Steve Grubb

COLOPHON         top

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Red Hat                         Feb 2007          AUPARSE_NEXT_RECORD(3)

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