Collaboration diagram for TAO_Fault_Tolerance_Service:
Public Member Functions
|void||init (TAO_ORB_Core *orb_core)|
|Initialise the internal data structures. |
|TAO_Service_Callbacks *||service_callback (void)|
|Return the underlying callback object. |
|const ACE_CString &||client_id (void)|
|Return the underlying <ft_object_id>. |
|void||client_id (const char *id)|
|Set the client id. |
|Generate and return a new retention id. |
|hook to callback on to the service |
|The object id that would be used if the ft service is loaded. |
|Lock for the retention id. |
A collection of ORB & ORB_Core related stuff that is needed at the ORB level. The ORB Core would carry an instance of this class and invoke methods on this. Note: This collection would be really useful when we have logging in place. The contents of this class can be logged at regular check point intervals.
|TAO_BEGIN_VERSIONED_NAMESPACE_DECL ACE_INLINE TAO_Fault_Tolerance_Service::TAO_Fault_Tolerance_Service||(||void||)|
|ACE_INLINE void TAO_Fault_Tolerance_Service::client_id||(||const char *||id||)|
Set the client id.
Return the underlying <ft_object_id>.
|void TAO_Fault_Tolerance_Service::init||(||TAO_ORB_Core *||orb_core||)|
Initialise the internal data structures.
Generate and return a new retention id.
Return the underlying callback object.
The object id that would be used if the ft service is loaded.
This and the <ft_object_id_> act as unique identifiers for the request sent from the source Object. Modification of this value is done by the loaded FT
Lock for the retention id.
hook to callback on to the service