This tutorial shows how an application connects to the Sockets Server to access the Management Plane functionality. The Management Plane functionality allows an application to access the Access Points. The Management Plane uses a different API to other Sockets Server connections.
The RConnectionServ API is accessed through the Sockets Server client API, so you need to ensure that esock.lib is included in the MMP file.
The high level steps to connect to the Management Plane are:
The following example shows how to start and close a session.
#include <comms-infras/es_connectionserv.h> #include <sometechnology.h> // for KSomeTierId using namespace ConnectionServ; // Assumption: RConnectionServ is owned as an attribute of some working object protected: RConnectionServ iConnServ; // Start the session User::LeaveIfError(iConnServ.Connect(KSomeTierId)); // Close the session iConnServ.Close();
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