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Data of Class remote_Context


aBase
uno_Context aBase;


getRemoteInstance
remote_getInstanceFunc getRemoteInstance;

Description
****** * see above declaration of remote_getInstanceFunc * The method is set by the environment during environment initialization.

m_pProtocol
rtl_uString * m_pProtocol;

Description
***** * The protocol, that the environment uses for communicating with the remote process. * The format of the protocol string is : "protocolname,para1=para1value,..." * The parameters are protocol dependend

m_pDescription
rtl_uString * m_pDescription;

Description
** * It may be the same as m_pName. * Livetime is handled by the context administration.

m_pName
rtl_uString * m_pName;

Description
** * The name of this context at context administration. * A string, that uniquely describes this environment. * Livetime is handled by the context administration.

m_pInstanceProvider
remote_InstanceProvider * m_pInstanceProvider;

Description
* GetInstance method is called every time when a remote call with an unknown oid comes in. * Is usually called on server side, when the first client request comes in. * Maybe 0. Livetime is handled by the context administration.

m_pConnection
remote_Connection * m_pConnection;

Description
* * The connection of this context. * Livetime is handled by the context administration.

m_pAdditionalInformation
void * m_pAdditionalInformation;

Description
* Here arbitrary data may be stored. It may be used by a connection * service to store environment specific data. The bridge does not * use it.

m_pBridgeImpl
remote_BridgeImpl * m_pBridgeImpl;

Summary
* here the bridge stores its private per environment data.

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