ACEXML 6.0.5
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ACEXML_URL_Addr Class Reference

#include <ACEXML/common/URL_Addr.h>

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Public Member Functions

 ACEXML_URL_Addr (void)
 Initialization and termination methods.
 ACEXML_URL_Addr (const ACEXML_Char *host_name, const ACEXML_Char *path_name, unsigned short port=ACE_DEFAULT_HTTP_PORT)
 ACEXML_URL_Addr (const ACEXML_URL_Addr &addr)
 Copy constructor.
int set (const ACEXML_URL_Addr &addr)
 Essentially the copy constructor.
virtual int string_to_addr (const ACEXML_Char *address, int address_family=AF_UNSPEC)
virtual int addr_to_string (ACEXML_Char *s, size_t size, int ipaddr_format=1) const
virtual const ACEXML_Charaddr_to_string (int ipaddr_format=1)
void operator= (const ACEXML_URL_Addr &addr)
 Assignment operator.
 ~ACEXML_URL_Addr (void)
bool operator== (const ACEXML_URL_Addr &SAP) const
bool operator!= (const ACEXML_URL_Addr &SAP) const
 Compare two addresses for inequality.
virtual u_long hash (void) const
 Computes and returns hash value.
const ACEXML_Charget_path_name (void) const
 Return the path name.
int destroy (void)
 Commit suicide.

Private Member Functions

size_t calculate_length (int ipaddr_format) const
 Calculate the maximum length of the address string.

Private Attributes

 Our path name.
size_t addr_string_len_
 Current length of the <addr_string_>

Detailed Description

Defines a URL address family address format.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

ACEXML_URL_Addr::ACEXML_URL_Addr ( void  )

Initialization and termination methods.

ACEXML_URL_Addr::ACEXML_URL_Addr ( const ACEXML_Char host_name,
const ACEXML_Char path_name,
unsigned short  port = ACE_DEFAULT_HTTP_PORT 


ACEXML_URL_Addr::ACEXML_URL_Addr ( const ACEXML_URL_Addr addr)

Copy constructor.

ACEXML_URL_Addr::~ACEXML_URL_Addr ( void  )


Member Function Documentation

int ACEXML_URL_Addr::addr_to_string ( ACEXML_Char s,
size_t  size,
int  ipaddr_format = 1 
) const [virtual]

Transform the current <ACE_INET_Addr> address into string format. If <ipaddr_format> is non-0 this produces "ip-number:port-number/path-name" (e.g., ""), whereas if <ipaddr_format> is 0 this produces "ip-name:port-number" (e.g., ""). Returns -1 if the <size> of the <buffer> is too small, else 0.

const ACEXML_Char * ACEXML_URL_Addr::addr_to_string ( int  ipaddr_format = 1) [virtual]

Transform the current <ACE_INET_Addr> address into string format. If <ipaddr_format> is non-0 this produces "ip-number:port-number/path-name" (e.g., ""), whereas if <ipaddr_format> is 0 this produces "ip-name:port-number" (e.g., ""). Uses dynamic memory, which is allocated on demand and deallocated when the object is destroyed. Returns -1 if dynamic memory fails, else 0.

ACE_INLINE size_t ACEXML_URL_Addr::calculate_length ( int  ipaddr_format) const [private]

Calculate the maximum length of the address string.

ACE_INLINE int ACEXML_URL_Addr::destroy ( void  )

Commit suicide.

ACE_INLINE const ACEXML_Char * ACEXML_URL_Addr::get_path_name ( void  ) const

Return the path name.

ACE_INLINE u_long ACEXML_URL_Addr::hash ( void  ) const [virtual]

Computes and returns hash value.

Reimplemented from ACE_INET_Addr.

ACE_INLINE bool ACEXML_URL_Addr::operator!= ( const ACEXML_URL_Addr SAP) const

Compare two addresses for inequality.

ACE_INLINE void ACEXML_URL_Addr::operator= ( const ACEXML_URL_Addr addr)

Assignment operator.

ACE_INLINE bool ACEXML_URL_Addr::operator== ( const ACEXML_URL_Addr SAP) const

Compare two addresses for equality. The addresses are considered equal if they contain the same IP address, port number, and path name.

int ACEXML_URL_Addr::set ( const ACEXML_URL_Addr addr)

Essentially the copy constructor.

int ACEXML_URL_Addr::string_to_addr ( const ACEXML_Char address,
int  address_family = AF_UNSPEC 
) [virtual]

Initializes an <ACEXML_URL_Addr> from the <address>, which can be "ip-number:port-number/path-name" (e.g., "" "ip-number:port-number/path-name" (e.g., ""). If there is no ':' in the <address> it is assumed to be an ip-number or ip-address number, with the port number <ACE_DEFAULT_HTTP_PORT>.

Member Data Documentation

The dynamically created address string that's used for the <addr_to_string> method.

Current length of the <addr_string_>

Our path name.

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