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CosEventDomainAdmin_EventDomainFactorErlang)Module DeCosEventDomainAdmin_EventDomainFactory(3erl)

NAME
       CosEventDomainAdmin_EventDomainFactory  -  This	module implements an Event Domain Factory
       interface, which  is used to create new Event Domain instances.

DESCRIPTION
       To get access to all definitions include necessary hrl files by using:
       -include_lib("cosEventDomain/include/*.hrl").

EXPORTS
       create_event_domain(Factory, QoS, Admin) -> Reply

	      Types  Factory = #objref
		     QoS = CosNotification::QoSProperties
		     Admin = CosNotification::AdminProperties
		     Reply = {EventDomain, DomainID} | {'EXCEPTION', #'CosNotification_Unsupport-
		     edQoS'{}} | {'EXCEPTION', #'CosNotification_UnsupportedAdmin'{}}
		     EventDomain = #objref

	      To  create  a new EventDomain this operation is used. If it is not possible to sup-
	      port the given QoSProperties or AdminProperties an exception is raised, which  list
	      the  properties  not supported. For more information see the cosNotification user's
	      guide.

       get_all_domains(Factory) -> DomainIDSeq

	      Types  Factory = #objref
		     DomainIDSeq = [long()]

	      This function returns a DomainID sequence of all domains associated with the target
	      object.

       get_event_domain(Factory, DomainID) -> Reply

	      Types  Factory = #objref
		     DomainID = long()
		     Reply = EventDomain | {'EXCEPTION', #'CosEventDomainAdmin_DomainNotFound'{}}
		     EventDomain = #objref

	      This  operation  returns the EventDomain object associated with the given DomainID.
	      If no such binding exists an exception is raised.

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