thiago at kde.org
Wed Jan 24 09:54:09 PST 2007
anlong sun wrote:
>When dbus daemon does not have the .service file, the dbus message will
> not be queued if dbus daemon fail to launch application B.
That is correct. That is the intended behaviour.
If the target application cannot be launched, then the message cannot be
processed. The caller application will receive an error back.
>How can I do that : launch B application by myself instead of by dbus
>daemon and still queued the message which can be gotten by B after
You cannot. There is no such thing as queued messages. Either the target
service name exists at the time the message is received by dbus-daemon,
or the daemon knows how to start the service.
Thiago Macieira - thiago (AT) macieira.info - thiago (AT) kde.org
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