Class List
Here are the classes, structs, unions and interfaces with brief descriptions:
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 CCurrentThe following are TAO extensions
 NTAOSecurity ORB initializer
 CAccept_StrategySSLIOP-specific accept strategy that builds on the TAO_Accept_Strategy implementation
 CAcceptorThe SSLIOP-specific bridge class for the concrete acceptor
 CConnection_HandlerHandles requests on a single connection
 CConnectorSSLIOP-specific Connector bridge for pluggable protocols
 CCredentialsAcquirerSSLIOP-specific SecurityLevel3::CredentialsAcquirer implementation
 CCredentialsAcquirerFactorySSLIOP-specific TAO::SL3::CredentialsAcquirerFactory implementation
 CCurrentImplementation of the TAO SSLIOP::Current extension
 CCurrent_ImplTSS portion of the TAO SSLIOP::Current extension, and the SSLIOP-specific SecurityLevel3::SecurityCurrent object
 COpenSSL_st_var"_var" class for the OpenSSL
 COpenSSL_traitsTemplate traits structure for OpenSSL data structures
 COpenSSL_traits< ::EVP_PKEY >
 COpenSSL_traits< ::SSL >
 COpenSSL_traits< ::X509 >
 COwnCredentialsCredentials representing our identity, not our peer's identity
 CProtocol_FactorySSLIOP-specific protocol factory implementation
 CServer_Invocation_InterceptorSecure invocation server request interceptor
 CState_GuardThis Class that sets up TSS SSL states upon instantiation, and tears down the TSS SSL state when that instance goes out of scope
 CTargetCredentialsSSLIOP-specific implementation of the SecurityLevel3::TargetCredentials interface
 CTransportSSLIOP-specific transport implementation
 CUtilClass that provides utility/helper methods for several classes in the SSLIOP pluggable protocol
 CEndpointSSLIOP-specific implementation of PP Framework Endpoint interface
 ColicyFactorySecurityLevel3 PolicyFactory
 CProfileThis class defines the protocol specific attributes required for locating ORBs over a TCP/IP network, using either IIOP or IIOP/SSL for communication
 CSSLIOP_Synthetic_EndpointSSLIOP-specific implementation of PP Framework Endpoint interface, representing synthetic endpoints. An endpoints is synthetic whenever there is insuficient data to fully initialize an SSLIOP endpoint: qop, trust, credentials, etc. Such as when creating an SSLIOP endpoint in response of a Listen Point List or accepting a connection