Re: orbit question

ahh. thanks.
So I have to duplicate the sequence, set it not to free the contents and
return the duplicate.

It worked. :)

On Wed, 27 Oct 1999, Elliot Lee wrote:

> On Wed, 27 Oct 1999 wrote:
> > In a gnome corba server, I have a sequence that is built on start up, and
> > I have defined a method to return a list of this type. When the method is
> > called, I want it to return the list. It works the first time, but the
> > rest of the times, it does not work. I think orbit is freeing the list
> > after the transmit the first time. I did set _release=FALSE on it before
> > returning so I dont know why it is freeing it. I am using ORBit 0.4.3
> > right now. Ideas?
> CORBA_sequence_set_release(seq, FALSE) tells the ORB to not free the
> contents of the sequence (i.e. _buffer), but the 'struct { int _length,
> _maximum; foo *_buffer; }' structure itself is still freed no matter
> -- Elliot
> Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons,
> for you are crunchy and good with ketchup. 

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