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SSP_JOIN

Section: User Manuals (3)
Updated: JULY 2001

 

NAME

SSP_join - joins to a group  

SYNOPSIS

#include <ssp.h>
int SSP_join( mailbox mbox, const char *group);  

DESCRIPTION

SSP_join joins a group with the name passed as the string group. If the group does not exist amoung the Spread daemons, it is created, otherwise the client joins the existing group.

The mbox of the connection upon which to join a group is the first parameter.

The group string represents the name of the group to join.  

RETURN VALUES

Returns 0 on success or one of the following errors ( < 0 ):
ILLEGAL_GROUP
The group given to join was illegal for some reason. Usually because it was of length 0 or length > MAX_GROUP_NAME
ILLEGAL_SESSION
The session specified by mbox is illegal. Usually because it is not active.
CONNECTION_CLOSED
During communication errors occured and the join could not be initiated.
 

BUGS

None.  

AUTHOR

Cristina Nita-Rotaru <crisn@cnds.jhu.edu>


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
RETURN VALUES
BUGS
AUTHOR
SEE ALSO

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