Single process with multiple dbus services
thiago at kde.org
Sat Feb 21 11:03:40 PST 2015
On Saturday 21 February 2015 23:35:07 Usman S wrote:
> I am trying understand dbus IPC, please help me on this.
> If we need to communicate through dbus, the process needs to get the
> system/session bus and then request a name for service and then register
> its objects/interfaces. if my understanding is right, Is it allowed to have
> multiple services from a single process?
Yes, it's allowed to.
> If it is allowed, how does the
> dbus differentiates between the objects (nodes) between the services.
The question doesn't make sense, which probably means you have not understood
the concept of services and objects.
The usual analogy is web servers:
hostname service name
IP address unique connection name
file name object path
Your question is asking how the web differentiates files from different web
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