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mms_goodbye(3mms) [opensolaris man page]

mms_init(3MMS)					     Media Management System Library Functions					    mms_init(3MMS)

NAME
mms_init, mms_ainit, mms_goodbye, mms_agoodbye, mms_hello - manage sessions between the client application and MMS SYNOPSIS
cc [ flag...] file... -lmms [ library...] #include <mms_api.h> int mms_init(void *session, int *version); int mms_ainit(void *session, int *version, void (*callbk)(void *arg)); int mms_hello(void *session, char *host, char *app, char *ai, char *tag, char *pass); int mms_goodbye(void *session, int force); int mms_agoodbye(void *session, int force); DESCRIPTION
The mms_init() function creates and initializes the data structure used by a client to communicate with the Media Management System (MMS) synchronously. The mms_ainit() function creates and initializes the data structure used by a client to communicate with MMS asynchronously. On successful completion, session contains the pointer to the data structure and version contains the MMS API library version. If non-null, the callbk argument specifies which client routine to invoke if the asynchronous session shuts down. In the following functions, session is a session pointer returned by either mms_init() or mms_ainit(). The format of the client's logging routine is the following: void logfunctionname(char *, char *) The first argument is the prefix and the second is the API error message of the error encountered. The mms_hello() function establishes the session connection between the client and MMS. The client specifies the host where MM is running (host), application name (app), application instance (ai), application tag (tag), and application password (pass) to use to connect with MMS. These values must be present in MMS for the connection to be allowed. The mms_goodbye() function shuts down a synchronous session between the client and MMS. The mms_agoodbye() function shuts down an asynchronous session between the client and MMS. If force is set, no goodbye is sent to MM. RETURN VALUES
Upon successful completion, MMS_API_OK is returned. If a function has a processing error, it returns an error code indicating the type of error. ERRORS
These functions will fail if: MMS_API_ERR Unrecoverable internal processing error occurred. MMS_API_NOT_ERR_RSP Response is not an error response. MMS_API_SHUTDOWN Client has shut down API. MMS_ASYNC_API_FAILURE Reader thread unable to obtain reader mutex. MMS_CFG_FILE_ERR Unable to open watcher daemon's network configuration file. MMS_DUPLICATE_REG Event is already registered. MMS_E_CONNECT_ERR Failed to connect to MMS. MMS_E_INVALID_RESPONSE Invalid MMS response to command. MMS_E_NET_IO_ERR Connection failure to MMS. MMS_E_SYNTAX_ERR MMS response contained a syntax error. MMS_ERR_BIAS Unknown Error code. MMS_EV_REG_FAILED MMS did not accept event registration. MMS_EV_UNREG_FAILED MMS did not accept event unregistration. MMS_INVALID_RSP Unknown response type received. MMS_MALLOC_ERROR Unable to allocate required space. MMS_MISSING_TASKID Unable to find task ID in response. MMS_SELECT_ERROR Select system call failed. MMS_TRACE_FAILURE Unable to open API's trace file. MMS_WRONG_API_MODE API session does not support this API command. MMS_WRONG_TASKID Wrong task ID found for accept response. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Uncommitted | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |MT-Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
libmms(3LIB), mms_rsp_type(3MMS), mms_send_cmd(3MMS), attributes(5) SunOS 5.11 28 Oct 2008 mms_init(3MMS)
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