TAO 2.0.5
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TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface Class Reference

An abstract base class for Transport Property. More...

#include <Transport_Descriptor_Interface.h>

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Public Member Functions

virtual ~TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface (void)
 Destructor.
virtual
TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface
duplicate (void)=0
virtual CORBA::Boolean is_equivalent (const TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface *other_prop)=0
 Try to determine if this object is same as the other_prop.
virtual u_long hash (void) const =0
 Generate hash value for our class.
TAO_Endpointendpoint (void)
 Return the underlying endpoint object.
CORBA::Boolean reset_endpoint (TAO_Endpoint *ep)
void set_bidir_flag (CORBA::Boolean flag)
 Set the BiDir flag.

Protected Member Functions

 TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface (void)
 Default Constructor.
 TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface (TAO_Endpoint *endpoint, CORBA::Boolean take_ownership=false)
 Constructor.

Protected Attributes

TAO_Endpointendpoint_
 The base property of the connection ie. the peer's endpoint.
CORBA::Boolean bidir_flag_
 Should the endpoint be used in either direction?
CORBA::Boolean release_

Detailed Description

An abstract base class for Transport Property.

This class provides an abstract interface and holds minimal info on which the Transport Caching scheme is based on. Concrete connection properties can be got by inheriting from this class and implementing the virtual functions. Note 1: Additional properties for connection like Qos, Priority that the RT folks would need, can be added by inheriting from this class and providing the following methods. 1. duplicate () 2. is_equivalent () 3. hash ()


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface::~TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface ( void  ) [virtual]

Destructor.

TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface::TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface ( void  ) [protected]

Default Constructor.

TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface::TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface ( TAO_Endpoint endpoint,
CORBA::Boolean  take_ownership = false 
) [protected]

Constructor.


Member Function Documentation

virtual TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface* TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface::duplicate ( void  ) [pure virtual]

This call allocates and copies the contents of this class and returns the pointer

Implemented in TAO_Base_Transport_Property.

TAO_Endpoint * TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface::endpoint ( void  )

Return the underlying endpoint object.

virtual u_long TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface::hash ( void  ) const [pure virtual]

Generate hash value for our class.

Implemented in TAO_Base_Transport_Property.

virtual CORBA::Boolean TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface::is_equivalent ( const TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface other_prop) [pure virtual]

Try to determine if this object is same as the other_prop.

Implemented in TAO_Base_Transport_Property.

CORBA::Boolean TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface::reset_endpoint ( TAO_Endpoint ep)

Reset the endpoint pointer to point to another, if that one is part of the chain based by the current endpoint. Although this method is public it should only be used by the protocol specific connector, right before caching, and only when a parallel connect was attempted with more than one possible endpoints.

void TAO_Transport_Descriptor_Interface::set_bidir_flag ( CORBA::Boolean  flag)

Set the BiDir flag.


Member Data Documentation

Should the endpoint be used in either direction?

The base property of the connection ie. the peer's endpoint.

Is the endpoint allocated on the heap? If so, we will have to delete it when we destruct ourselves.


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