Difference between revisions of "RemHostNameSET"

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[[IBME_GeometryService#NetMsg_Class|NetMsg]] that contains the Hostname string value of the Application sending the [[IBME_GeometryService#NetMsg_Class|NetMsg]].  The intent is to inform the remote application of the local Hostname.Extends [[GenericOneStringMsg]] (thus contains those fields also).  The String field from [[GenericOneStringMsg]] is used as the Hostname field.
 
[[IBME_GeometryService#NetMsg_Class|NetMsg]] that contains the Hostname string value of the Application sending the [[IBME_GeometryService#NetMsg_Class|NetMsg]].  The intent is to inform the remote application of the local Hostname.Extends [[GenericOneStringMsg]] (thus contains those fields also).  The String field from [[GenericOneStringMsg]] is used as the Hostname field.
  
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If the Hostname string value is created, a [[RemHostNameSETOK]] message is displayed. <BSRJ>
  
 
If a [[RemHostNameSETFAIL]] message is displayed, this indicates that the RemHostNameSET failed to create Hostname string value. <BSRJ>
 
If a [[RemHostNameSETFAIL]] message is displayed, this indicates that the RemHostNameSET failed to create Hostname string value. <BSRJ>
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No additional fields beyond that of the [[NetMsgTypes|Common Header]] and  [[GenericOneStringMsg]]
 
No additional fields beyond that of the [[NetMsgTypes|Common Header]] and  [[GenericOneStringMsg]]
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==Google Code In==
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This page was edited for [[Google_Code_In]] by BSRJ.

Latest revision as of 17:09, 1 January 2013

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Description[edit]

NetMsg that contains the Hostname string value of the Application sending the NetMsg. The intent is to inform the remote application of the local Hostname.Extends GenericOneStringMsg (thus contains those fields also). The String field from GenericOneStringMsg is used as the Hostname field.

If the Hostname string value is created, a RemHostNameSETOK message is displayed. <BSRJ>

If a RemHostNameSETFAIL message is displayed, this indicates that the RemHostNameSET failed to create Hostname string value. <BSRJ>

Byte Format[edit]

No additional fields beyond that of the Common Header and GenericOneStringMsg


Google Code In[edit]

This page was edited for Google_Code_In by BSRJ.