Collaboration diagram for TAO::SSLIOP::State_Guard:
Public Member Functions
|State_Guard (TAO::SSLIOP::Connection_Handler *handler, int &result)|
|Constructor that sets up the TSS SSL state. |
|Destructor that tears down the TSS SSL state. |
This guard is used to make TSS SSL state configuration and deconfiguration during an upcall exception safe. Exceptions are not supposed to be propagated up to the scope this guard is used in, so this guard may be unnecessary. However, since proper TSS SSL state configuration/deconfiguration is critical to proper security support, this guard is used to ensure that configuration/deconfiguration is exception safe.
|TAO_BEGIN_VERSIONED_NAMESPACE_DECL ACE_INLINE TAO::SSLIOP::State_Guard::State_Guard||(||TAO::SSLIOP::Connection_Handler *||handler,|
Constructor that sets up the TSS SSL state.
Destructor that tears down the TSS SSL state.
Pointer to the connection handler currently handling the request/upcall.
It is stored here until the invocation completes, after which it placed back into TSS.
The SSLIOP::Current implementation to be associated with the current invocation.
Flag that specifies whether or not setup of the SSLIOP::Current object completed for the current thread and invocation.