initiate_connection — Intiate an outbound connection
connection_handle * **initiate_connection** ( | dr, | |
| | binding, | |
| | now, | |
| | finish_connect_func, | |
| | timeout_func, | |
| | user_data, | |
| | error
); | |
domain_record * <var class="pdparam">dr</var>;
int <var class="pdparam">binding</var>;
struct timeval * <var class="pdparam">now</var>;
EventFunc <var class="pdparam">finish_connect_func</var>;
EventFunc <var class="pdparam">timeout_func</var>;
void * <var class="pdparam">user_data</var>;
int * <var class="pdparam">error</var>;
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Intiate an outbound connection
This function initiates an outbound connection. It either returns a connection handle or sets error; if error contains one of the CONN_ACTION_* flags, the called needs to take the specified action on the binding,domain it was called on: CONN_ACTION_REQUEUE1: take a message from the active queue and requeue it CONN_ACTION_PURGE_DOMAIN: purge the entire domain (not just one binding) In case of error, the caller is also responsible for checking of MX_Failures_To_Delay has been exceeded and taking the appropriate action.
The domain record on which a connection is to be opened.
The binding slot on which a connection is to be opened.
The current time.
This function is called if the connection attempt succeeeds, or if it fails after connect() returns EINPROGRESS and we receive an error (as opposed to timing out).
This function is called if the connection attempt times out.
This is set as the user_data in the resulting connection.
If NULL is returned, this is set to a CONN_ERR_* possibly ORed with a CONN_ACTION_*
On success the connection handle is returned; on error,