anlongsun at gmail.com
Wed Jan 24 18:57:06 PST 2007
Hi Thiago Macieira:
thank you for your so quick reply.
I think I understand the question.
And we think queued messages function is very useful and valueble.
Because it is more simple for developer : do not need write the .service
Also this function will not make bad the performance of dbus deamon,
for example after a certain time (30 seconds), deamon will delete the queued
Is it difficult to implement it?
On 1/25/07, Thiago Macieira <thiago at kde.org> wrote:
> 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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