sip_esc_entry Struct Reference

common ESC items for all event types More...

#include <sip.h>


Data Fields

const char * device_name
char entity_tag [30]
const char * event
void * event_specific_data
int sched_id


Detailed Description

common ESC items for all event types

The entity_id field serves as a means by which A specific entry may be found.

Definition at line 1693 of file sip.h.


Field Documentation

const char* device_name

The name of the party who sent us the PUBLISH. This will more than likely correspond to a peer name.

This field's utility isn't really that great. It's mainly just a user-recognizable handle that can be printed in debug messages.

Definition at line 1703 of file sip.h.

char entity_tag[30]

The entity ID used when corresponding with the EPA on the other side. As the ESC, we generate an entity ID for each received PUBLISH and store it in this structure.

Definition at line 1720 of file sip.h.

Referenced by create_new_sip_etag(), esc_cmp_fn(), esc_hash_fn(), get_esc_entry(), and transmit_response_with_sip_etag().

const char* event

The event package for which this esc_entry exists. Most of the time this isn't really necessary since you'll have easy access to the ESC which contains this entry. However, in some circumstances, we won't have the ESC available.

Definition at line 1712 of file sip.h.

Referenced by create_esc_entry(), create_new_sip_etag(), and publish_expire().

Each ESC entry will be for a specific event type. Those entries will need to carry data which is intrinsic to the ESC entry but which is specific to the event package

Definition at line 1736 of file sip.h.

int sched_id

The ID for the scheduler. We schedule destruction of a sip_esc_entry when we receive a PUBLISH. The destruction is scheduled for the duration received in the Expires header.

Definition at line 1728 of file sip.h.

Referenced by create_esc_entry(), esc_entry_destructor(), handle_sip_publish_modify(), handle_sip_publish_refresh(), and handle_sip_publish_remove().


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