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From John Hawkins <>
Subject Re: Handler access to the transport
Date Wed, 18 Aug 2004 10:10:34 GMT

Hi Samisa,

I agree - I think it's a strange model to allow them access to the call
object. fyi: I am questioning why they need access to set these things from
the handler at all and why they can't do this from the stub level.

John Hawkins

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--- John Hawkins <> wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> Can I just confirm with everyone that what I'm seeing is correct -
> Can any handler get to the transport to set URI, setTimeout etc? I think
> not but as this is important to us I just need to check that I've not
> missed anything.

John you are correct. Handlers cannot get to transport.
setUri/setTimeout are only available from Stub class.

Stub get to trasport through a referance to a Call object. If a handler
could get access to the
call object (which is not currently supported) then the API would be made
availeble to handlers
(but I am not sure if it is the correct to give a handler access to call
object referance)


> thankyou,
> John.

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