yumapro  20.10-10
YumaPro SDK
<hello> Message Handler

Processes the NETCONF <hello> message. More...

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Functions

status_t agt_hello_init (void)
 Initialize the agt_hello module. More...
 
void agt_hello_cleanup (void)
 Cleanup the agt_hello module. More...
 
boolean agt_hello_dispatch (ses_cb_t *scb, xml_node_t *top)
 Handle an incoming <hello> message from the client. More...
 
status_t agt_hello_send (ses_cb_t *scb)
 Send the server <hello> message to the manager on the specified session. More...
 
void agt_hello_start_hello_timer (ses_cb_t *scb)
 Set the timestamp to start the hello-timeout for the specified session. More...
 

Detailed Description

Processes the NETCONF <hello> message.

The server <hello> message is sent to the client and the <hello> received from the client is processed. This is done before any RPC operations can be processed

Function Documentation

void agt_hello_cleanup ( void  )

Cleanup the agt_hello module.

Unregister the top-level NETCONF <hello> element

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boolean agt_hello_dispatch ( ses_cb_t scb,
xml_node_t top 
)

Handle an incoming <hello> message from the client.

Parameters
scbsession control block
toptop element descriptor
Returns
TRUE if scb is still valid
FALSE if scb has been deleted during this call

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status_t agt_hello_init ( void  )

Initialize the agt_hello module.

Adds the agt_hello_dispatch function as the handler for the NETCONF <hello> top-level element.

NO_ERR if all okay, the minimum spare requests will be malloced

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status_t agt_hello_send ( ses_cb_t scb)

Send the server <hello> message to the manager on the specified session.

Parameters
scbsession control block
Returns
status

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void agt_hello_start_hello_timer ( ses_cb_t scb)

Set the timestamp to start the hello-timeout for the specified session.

Parameters
scbsession control block

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