|Event::RPC::Connection(3pm)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||Event::RPC::Connection(3pm)|
Event::RPC::Connection - Represents a RPC connection
Note: you never create instances of this class in your own code, it's only used internally by Event::RPC::Server. But you may request connection objects using the connection_hook of Event::RPC::Server and then having some read access on them.
my $connection = Event::RPC::Server::Connection->new ( $rpc_server, $client_socket );
As well you can get the currently active connection from your Event::RPC::Server object:
my $server = Event::RPC::Server->instance; my $connection = $server->get_active_connection;
Objects of this class represents a connection from an Event::RPC::Client to an Event::RPC::Server instance. They live inside the server and the whole Client/Server protocol is implemented here.
READ ONLY ATTRIBUTES¶
The following attributes may be read using the corresponding get_ATTRIBUTE accessors:
- The connection ID of this connection. A number which is unique for this server instance.
- The Event::RPC::Server instance this connection belongs to.
- This boolean value reflects whether the connection is authenticated resp. whether the client passed correct credentials.
- This is the name of the user who was authenticated successfully for this connection.
- This is a hash reference of object id's which are in use by the client of
this connection. Keys are the object ids, value is always 1. You can get
the corresponding objects by using the
Don't change anything in this hash, in particular don't delete or add entries. Event::RPC does all the necessary garbage collection transparently, no need to mess with that.
Jörn Reder <joern AT zyn.de>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE¶
Copyright (C) 2005-2015 by Jörn Reder <joern AT zyn.de>.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.