Source: Kratos RT Logic, Inc. ( Mike Anderson)
In the case of Mnemonic Value Request Message and Archive Mnemonic Value Request Message, the requestor can specify a STOP-TIME or DURATION, but both are optional. If neither is specified, the subscription is open-ended with no knowable end, until the requestor sends a 'STOP' message. In order to avoid infinite fulfillment of a subscription to a potentially lost requestor, we could enforce a concept that a requestor must specify either a STOP-TIME or Duration.
In practice, this is an inadequate requirement, since a caller could specify a very long duration, like 1000 years, and circumvent the desire of this issue.
However, this is issue simply captures the idea to promote further discussion.
Reported: C2MS 1.0 — Tue, 22 Mar 2022 21:15 GMT
Updated: Wed, 7 Dec 2022 17:15 GMT
C2MS11 — Consider forcing a limited subscription
- Key: C2MS11-83
- OMG Task Force: Command and Control Message Specification (C2MS) 1.1 RTF