Legacy Issue Number: 961
Summary: in section 4.9.2 last paragraph:
"Such a ProxyPushSupplier is guaranteed only to invoke operations defined in
interface I. Any event on the channel that does not correspond to an
operation defined in interface I is NOT passed on to the consumer. Such a
ProxyPushSupplier is therefore an event filter based on type".
My question is: if we have this proxy to block generic calls (push() in this
case) why does TypedPushConsumer inherit CosEventComm::PushConsumer, whish does
support push() ? Why should the generic calls like push() be blocked anyway
if (according to 4.7.1) TypedPushConsumer should support both typed and generic
Is there something I am misunderstanding ?
Reported: CORBA 2.2 — Thu, 5 Feb 1998 05:00 GMT
Disposition: Deferred — CORBA 3.4
This proposal was generated automatically by request of the Task Force Chair Adam Mitz.
Updated: Mon, 30 Mar 2020 19:47 GMT