config_get_message_routing_domain — Determine where to place a message
int **core_config_get_message_routing_domain** ( | closure, | |
| | cs, | |
| | m, | |
| | buff, | |
| | len
); | |
void * <var class="pdparam">closure</var>;
generic_module_infrastructure * <var class="pdparam">cs</var>;
ec_message * <var class="pdparam">m</var>;
char * <var class="pdparam">buff</var>;
int <var class="pdparam">len</var>;
This hook is called when the system needs to determine what domain to send a message to. It provides a way to set the gateway configuration directive at the per-message level.
This hook is called to determine which domain’s queue messages should be placed in. The default queue is based on the result of
config_get_binding_domain_gateway, but the queue can be overridden by registering a custom function at this hook.
buff is supplied by the caller and is at least
len bytes long.
buff will be populated with the full gateway domain.
A pointer to the closure function.
For a description of this data type see generic_module_infrastructure.
The buffer for holding the routing domain.
The length of the buffer.
This hook returns zero or
1. If non-zero, no further hook providers are called.
This hook will be called in any thread.