"Directory updation Notification?"

Post #24975 by vjsony on Tuesday 23rd of July 2002 12:02:21 AM

Hi Marc,

Thanks for your reply ..

What i meant by "directory has been updated" was whether a new file has been created in directory ...

Are there no SIGNALS provided by Unix for such a scenario ??
Maybe not ..

Thanks,
VJ
 
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LISTEN(7)						  PostgreSQL 9.2.7 Documentation						 LISTEN(7)

NAME
LISTEN - listen for a notification SYNOPSIS
LISTEN channel DESCRIPTION
LISTEN registers the current session as a listener on the notification channel named channel. If the current session is already registered as a listener for this notification channel, nothing is done. Whenever the command NOTIFY channel is invoked, either by this session or another one connected to the same database, all the sessions currently listening on that notification channel are notified, and each will in turn notify its connected client application. A session can be unregistered for a given notification channel with the UNLISTEN command. A session's listen registrations are automatically cleared when the session ends. The method a client application must use to detect notification events depends on which PostgreSQL application programming interface it uses. With the libpq library, the application issues LISTEN as an ordinary SQL command, and then must periodically call the function PQnotifies to find out whether any notification events have been received. Other interfaces such as libpgtcl provide higher-level methods for handling notify events; indeed, with libpgtcl the application programmer should not even issue LISTEN or UNLISTEN directly. See the documentation for the interface you are using for more details. NOTIFY(7) contains a more extensive discussion of the use of LISTEN and NOTIFY. PARAMETERS
channel Name of a notification channel (any identifier). NOTES
LISTEN takes effect at transaction commit. If LISTEN or UNLISTEN is executed within a transaction that later rolls back, the set of notification channels being listened to is unchanged. A transaction that has executed LISTEN cannot be prepared for two-phase commit. EXAMPLES
Configure and execute a listen/notify sequence from psql: LISTEN virtual; NOTIFY virtual; Asynchronous notification "virtual" received from server process with PID 8448. COMPATIBILITY
There is no LISTEN statement in the SQL standard. SEE ALSO
NOTIFY(7), UNLISTEN(7) PostgreSQL 9.2.7 2014-02-17 LISTEN(7)

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