RtecEventChannelAdmin::ProxyPushSupplier Interface Reference

Interface used to implement the Abstract Session pattern for the consumers. More...

import "RtecEventChannelAdmin.idl";

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Public Member Functions

void connect_push_consumer (in RtecEventComm::PushConsumer push_consumer, in ConsumerQOS qos) raises (AlreadyConnected, TypeError)
 Connect a consumer with the Event Channel.
void suspend_connection ()
void resume_connection ()
 Resume the reception of events.

Detailed Description

Interface used to implement the Abstract Session pattern for the consumers.

Each consumer converse with the Event Channel via a different object that implements the ProxyPushSupplier interface. This is a common idiom in CORBA, as it allows the identification of the remove consumer efficiently.

Member Function Documentation

void RtecEventChannelAdmin::ProxyPushSupplier::connect_push_consumer in RtecEventComm::PushConsumer  push_consumer,
in ConsumerQOS  qos
raises (AlreadyConnected, TypeError)

Connect a consumer with the Event Channel.

The ConsumerQOS argument is used to setup the filtering and QoS properties of the consumer.

push_consumer The consumer that will receive the events.
qos The QoS properties for this consumer
CORBA::BAD_PARAM if push_consumer is nil
AlreadyConnected if this operation is invoked multiple times
The TypeError exception is not used and should be removed.

void RtecEventChannelAdmin::ProxyPushSupplier::resume_connection  ) 

Resume the reception of events.

void RtecEventChannelAdmin::ProxyPushSupplier::suspend_connection  ) 

Calling this method is more efficient than dropping the events when received by the consumer, and less expensive than disconnecting and connecting again (but it is not free!!)

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