TAO_Muxed_TMS Class Reference

#include <Muxed_TMS.h>

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Public Member Functions

 TAO_Muxed_TMS (TAO_Transport *transport)
virtual ~TAO_Muxed_TMS (void)
virtual CORBA::ULong request_id (void)
virtual int bind_dispatcher (CORBA::ULong request_id, TAO_Reply_Dispatcher *rh)
virtual int unbind_dispatcher (CORBA::ULong request_id)
virtual int dispatch_reply (TAO_Pluggable_Reply_Params &params)
virtual bool idle_after_send (void)
virtual bool idle_after_reply (void)
virtual void connection_closed (void)

Protected Types

typedef ACE_Hash_Map_Manager_Ex<
CORBA::ULong, TAO_Reply_Dispatcher *,
ACE_Hash< CORBA::ULong >,
ACE_Equal_To< CORBA::ULong >,

Protected Member Functions

int clear_cache (void)

Protected Attributes

CORBA::ULong request_id_generator_
 Table of <Request ID, Reply Dispatcher> pairs.

Detailed Description

Using this strategy a single connection can have multiple outstanding requests. @ Can the performance of the demuxer be made more predictable, for example, using the request id as an active demux key? NOTE: check the OMG resolutions about bidirectional connections, it is possible that the request ids can only assume even or odd values.

Member Typedef Documentation

typedef ACE_Hash_Map_Manager_Ex<CORBA::ULong, TAO_Reply_Dispatcher *, ACE_Hash <CORBA::ULong>, ACE_Equal_To <CORBA::ULong>, ACE_Null_Mutex> TAO_Muxed_TMS::REQUEST_DISPATCHER_TABLE [protected]

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

TAO_Muxed_TMS::TAO_Muxed_TMS TAO_Transport transport  ) 


TAO_Muxed_TMS::~TAO_Muxed_TMS void   )  [virtual]


Member Function Documentation

int TAO_Muxed_TMS::bind_dispatcher CORBA::ULong  request_id,
TAO_Reply_Dispatcher rh

Bind the dispatcher with the request id. Commonalities in the derived class implementations is kept here.

Implements TAO_Transport_Mux_Strategy.

int TAO_Muxed_TMS::clear_cache void   )  [protected]

void TAO_Muxed_TMS::connection_closed void   )  [virtual]

The transport object has closed the connection, inform all Reply dispatchers and waiting strategies.

Implements TAO_Transport_Mux_Strategy.

int TAO_Muxed_TMS::dispatch_reply TAO_Pluggable_Reply_Params params  )  [virtual]

Dispatch the reply for <request_id>, cleanup any resources allocated for that request.

Implements TAO_Transport_Mux_Strategy.

bool TAO_Muxed_TMS::idle_after_reply void   )  [virtual]

Request is sent and the reply is received. Idle the transport now. The return value indicates whether idling was successful or not.

Implements TAO_Transport_Mux_Strategy.

bool TAO_Muxed_TMS::idle_after_send void   )  [virtual]

Request has been just sent, but the reply is not received. Idle the transport now. The return value indicates whether idling was successful or not.

Implements TAO_Transport_Mux_Strategy.

CORBA::ULong TAO_Muxed_TMS::request_id void   )  [virtual]

Generate and return an unique request id for the current invocation.

Implements TAO_Transport_Mux_Strategy.

int TAO_Muxed_TMS::unbind_dispatcher CORBA::ULong  request_id  )  [virtual]

Unbind the dispatcher, the client is no longer waiting for the request, for example, because the request timedout. The strategy can (must) cleanup any resources associated with the request. A later reply for that request should be ignored.

Implements TAO_Transport_Mux_Strategy.

Member Data Documentation

REQUEST_DISPATCHER_TABLE TAO_Muxed_TMS::dispatcher_table_ [protected]

Table of <Request ID, Reply Dispatcher> pairs.

TAO_ORB_Core* TAO_Muxed_TMS::orb_core_ [protected]

Keep track of the orb core pointer. We need to this to create the Reply Dispatchers.

CORBA::ULong TAO_Muxed_TMS::request_id_generator_ [protected]

Used to generate a different request_id on each call to request_id().

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