Object path values - which service do they belong to?
n at ml.org
Wed May 18 13:52:48 PDT 2005
On Wed, 18 May 2005, Colin Walters wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-05-18 at 15:31 -0400, Daniel Reed wrote:
>> On Wed, 18 May 2005, Colin Walters wrote:
>>> On the server side you don't get to choose, but so far I don't think
>>> I've seen anyone passing object paths as input values, only return
>> boolean sendfile(in OBJECT_PATH object_path);
>> boolean file_offer(in OBJECT_PATH object_path);
>> signal file_offered(OBJECT_PATH object_path);
> Ok; but do any of these object paths ever refer to objects outside of
> the service context?
The interface assumes object paths will always be in terms of the service
initiating the call, i.e. when :1.234 calls something in o.m.n.n.c.EFnet
with an object_path="/o/m/n/n/f/example", o.m.n.n.c.EFnet is to expect the
fully-qualified object path is :1.234/o/m/n/n/f/example. When
o.m.n.n.c.EFnet emits a signal with object_path="/o/m/n/n/f/example", all
receivers are to expect the fully-qualified object path to be
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