Global Variable

errSecDuplicateItem

The item already exists.

Declaration

var errSecDuplicateItem: OSStatus { get }

Discussion

The system considers an item to be a duplicate for a given keychain when that keychain already has an item of the same class with the same set of composite primary keys. Each class of keychain item has a different set of primary keys, although a few attributes are used in common across all classes. In particular, where applicable, kSecAttrSynchronizable and kSecAttrAccessGroup are part of the set of primary keys. The additional per-class primary keys are listed below:

For generic passwords, the primary keys include kSecAttrAccount and kSecAttrService.

For internet passwords, the primary keys include kSecAttrAccount, kSecAttrSecurityDomain, kSecAttrServer, kSecAttrProtocol, kSecAttrAuthenticationType, kSecAttrPort, and kSecAttrPath.

For certificates, the primary keys include kSecAttrCertificateType, kSecAttrIssuer, and kSecAttrSerialNumber.

For key items, the primary keys include kSecAttrKeyClass, kSecAttrKeyType, kSecAttrApplicationLabel, kSecAttrApplicationTag, kSecAttrKeySizeInBits, and kSecAttrEffectiveKeySize.

For identity items, which are a certificate and a private key bundled together, the primary keys are the same as for a certificate. Because a private key may be certified more than once, the uniqueness of the certificate determines that of the identity.

See Also

Keychain Result Codes

var errSecNotAvailable: OSStatus

No trust results are available.

var errSecAuthFailed: OSStatus

Authorization and/or authentication failed.

var errSecNoSuchKeychain: OSStatus

The keychain does not exist.

var errSecInvalidKeychain: OSStatus

The keychain is not valid.

var errSecDuplicateKeychain: OSStatus

A keychain with the same name already exists.

var errSecDuplicateCallback: OSStatus

More than one callback of the same name exists.

var errSecInvalidCallback: OSStatus

The callback is not valid.

var errSecItemNotFound: OSStatus

The item cannot be found.

var errSecBufferTooSmall: OSStatus

The buffer is too small.

var errSecDataTooLarge: OSStatus

The data is too large for the particular data type.

var errSecNoSuchAttr: OSStatus

The attribute does not exist.

var errSecInvalidItemRef: OSStatus

The item reference is invalid.

var errSecInvalidSearchRef: OSStatus

The search reference is invalid.

var errSecNoSuchClass: OSStatus

The keychain item class does not exist.

var errSecNoDefaultKeychain: OSStatus

A default keychain does not exist.

var errSecInteractionNotAllowed: OSStatus

Interaction with the Security Server is not allowed.

var errSecReadOnlyAttr: OSStatus

The attribute is read-only.

var errSecWrongSecVersion: OSStatus

The version is incorrect.

var errSecKeySizeNotAllowed: OSStatus

The key size is not allowed.

var errSecNoStorageModule: OSStatus

There is no storage module available.

var errSecNoCertificateModule: OSStatus

There is no certificate module available.

var errSecNoPolicyModule: OSStatus

There is no policy module available.

var errSecInteractionRequired: OSStatus

User interaction is required.

var errSecDataNotAvailable: OSStatus

The data is not available.

var errSecDataNotModifiable: OSStatus

The data is not modifiable.

var errSecCreateChainFailed: OSStatus

The attempt to create a certificate chain failed.

var errSecInvalidPrefsDomain: OSStatus

The preference domain specified is invalid.

var errSecInDarkWake: OSStatus

The user interface cannot be displayed because the system is in a dark wake state.

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