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TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint Class Reference

#include <SSLIOP_Endpoint.h>

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Public Member Functions

 TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint (TAO_IIOP_Endpoint *iiop_endp)
virtual ~TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint (void)
CORBA::Boolean is_equivalent (const TAO_Endpoint *other_endpoint)
virtual TAO_Endpointduplicate (void)

Private Member Functions

 TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint (const ::SSLIOP::SSL *ssl)

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint::TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint ( TAO_IIOP_Endpoint iiop_endp)


TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint::~TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint ( void  ) [virtual]


TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint::TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint ( const ::SSLIOP::SSL ssl) [private]

Member Function Documentation

TAO_Endpoint * TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint::duplicate ( void  ) [virtual]

Return a copy of the corresponding endpoints by allocating memory.

Reimplemented from TAO_SSLIOP_Endpoint.

CORBA::Boolean TAO_SSLIOP_Synthetic_Endpoint::is_equivalent ( const TAO_Endpoint other_endpoint) [virtual]

Return true if this endpoint is equivalent to

other_endpoint.Two synthetic endpoints are equivalent if their iiop counterparts are equivalent, and, if both have non-zero ssl ports, their ssl ports are the same.

Reimplemented from TAO_SSLIOP_Endpoint.

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