[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: [xmlblaster-devel] Clarification on socket protocol exception..
On 21 Apr 2006 at 13:43, Marcel Ruff wrote:
> > Example of an XmlBlasterException as a response on a publish() (a
> > content is not shown):
> > " 84**E**17711*publish*oxf6hZs**QueueOverflow*The
> > destination queue is full*0*"
> qos key len content
> I think the "0*" trail is the 'len' == 0 which ends with '\0',
> the content is nothing here.
So you're saying, in the case of message_type = E, then
errorCode is in the qos position
message is in the key position
and if there is a byteDump, it's treated as content.. ?
But to confirm, an exception message can only have one message Unit, right?
> > If 'A' adler32 checksum is not supported, why is
> it in the spec at all? > Yes, this could/shall be removed, it was
> more some thought what could be done with this compression flag.
When using UDP, the udp protocol does not require checksums, so having an
application level checksum could be valuable...
Brad Clements, bkc at murkworks.com (315)268-1000
AOL-IM or SKYPE: BKClements