uuid_equal - compare two UUIDs
boolean uuid_$equal(u1, u2)
u1 A UUID.
u2 Another UUID.
The routine compares the UUIDs u1 and u2. It returns `true' if they are equal, `false' if they are not.
The following code compares the UUIDs bar_uuid and foo_uuid:
if (uuid_$equal (&bar_uuid, &foo_uuid))
printf ("bar and foo UUIDs are equal
printf ("bar and foo UUIDs are not equal
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rpc_inq_object - return the object UUID represented by an RPC handle (client or server)
void rpc_$inq_object(handle, object, status)
handle An RPC handle.
object The UUID of the object identified by handle.
status The completion status. If the completion status returned in is equal to status_$ok , then the routine that supplied it
The routine enables a client or server to determine the particular object that a handle represents.
If a server exports an interface through which clients can access several objects, it can use to determine the object requested in a call.
This routine requires an RPC handle as input, so the server can make the call only if the interface uses explicit handles (that is, if each
operation in the interface has a handle parameter). If the interface uses an implicit handle, the handle identifier is not passed to the
A database server that manages multiple databases must determine the particular database to be accessed whenever it receives a remote pro-
cedure call. Each manager routine makes the following call; the routine then uses the returned UUID to identify the database to be
rpc_$inq_object (handle, &db_uuid, &status);
This section lists status codes for errors returned by this routine in
rpc_$unk_if The requested interface is not known. It is not registered in the server, the version number of the registered inter-
face is different from the version number specified in the request, or the UUID in the request does not match the UUID
of the registered interface.
rpc_$not_in_call An internal error.
rpc_$proto_error An internal protocol error.
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