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Job state callbacks

Job state callbacks

Section: globus gram client (3) Updated: Sat Oct 16 2010
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NAME

Job state callbacks -  

Data Structures


struct globus_gram_client_job_info_s
Extensible job information structure.  

Typedefs


typedef void(* globus_gram_client_callback_func_t )(void *user_callback_arg, char *job_contact, int state, int errorcode)

typedef struct globus_gram_client_job_info_s globus_gram_client_job_info_t

typedef void(* globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t )(void *user_callback_arg, const char *job_contact, globus_gram_client_job_info_t *job_info)

typedef void(* globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t )(void *user_callback_arg, globus_gram_protocol_error_t operation_failure_code, const char *job_contact, globus_gram_protocol_job_state_t job_state, globus_gram_protocol_error_t job_failure_code)
 

Functions


int globus_gram_client_callback_allow (globus_gram_client_callback_func_t callback_func, void *user_callback_arg, char **callback_contact)

int globus_gram_client_info_callback_allow (globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t callback_func, void *user_callback_arg, char **callback_contact)

int globus_gram_client_callback_disallow (char *callback_contact)
 

Typedef Documentation

 

typedef void(* globus_gram_client_callback_func_t)(void *user_callback_arg, char *job_contact, int state, int errorcode)

Signature for GRAM state notification callback functions. The globus_gram_client_callback_func_t type describes the function signature for job state callbacks. A pointer to a function of this type is passed to the globus_gram_client_callback_allow() function to create a callback contact. The contact string can be passed to globus_gram_client_job_request() or globus_gram_client_job_callback_register() to let the job management service know to where to send information on GRAM job state changes.

Parameters:

user_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data.
job_contact A string containing the job contact. This string indicates which job this callback is referring to. It should in most cases match the return value job_contact from a call to globus_gram_client_job_request() or in the job_contact parameter to the globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t used with globus_gram_client_register_job_request(). However, in some cases, the port number in the job contact URL may change if the job manager is restarted.
state The new state (one of the globus_gram_protocol_job_state_t values) of the job.
errorcode The error code if the state parameter is equal to GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_FAILED.

 

typedef struct globus_gram_client_job_info_s


 globus_gram_client_job_info_t"

Extensible job information structure. The globus_gram_client_job_info_t data type is used to pass protocol extensions along with the standard job status information included in the GRAM2 protocol. This structure contains the information returned in job state callbacks plus a hash table of extension entries that contain globus_gram_protocol_extension_t name-value pairs.  

typedef void(* globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t)(void *user_callback_arg, const char *job_contact, globus_gram_client_job_info_t *job_info)

Signature for GRAM state notification callback functions with extension support. The globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t type describes the function signature for job state callbacks that carry any GRAM protocol extensions beyond the set used in GRAM2. A pointer to a function of this type is passed to the globus_gram_client_info_callback_allow() function to create a callback contact that can handle extensions. The contact string can be passed to globus_gram_client_job_request() or globus_gram_client_job_callback_register() to let the job management service know to where to send information on GRAM job state changes.

Parameters:

user_callback_arg Application-specific callback information.
job_contact Job this information is related to
job_info Job state and extensions

See also:

globus_gram_client_info_callback_allow()

 

typedef void(* globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t)(void *user_callback_arg, globus_gram_protocol_error_t operation_failure_code, const char *job_contact, globus_gram_protocol_job_state_t job_state, globus_gram_protocol_error_t job_failure_code)

Signature for callbacks signalling completion of non-blocking GRAM requests. The globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t type describes the function signature for callbacks which indicate that a GRAM operation has completed. A pointer to a function of this type is passed to the following functions:

globus_gram_client_register_job_request()
globus_gram_client_register_job_cancel()
globus_gram_client_register_job_status()
globus_gram_client_register_job_refresh_credentials()
globus_gram_client_register_job_signal()
globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_registration()
globus_gram_client_register_job_callback_unregistration()
globus_gram_client_register_ping()

Parameters:

user_callback_arg Application-specific callback information.
operation_failure_code The result of the nonblocking operation , indicating whether the operation was processed by the job manager successfully or not.
job_contact A string containing the job contact associated with this non-blocking operation.
job_state The state (one of the globus_gram_protocol_job_state_t values) of the job related to this non-blocking operation.
job_failure_code The error code of the job request if the job_state parameter is GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_JOB_STATE_FAILED. Otherwise, its value is undefined.

 

Function Documentation

 

int globus_gram_client_callback_allow (globus_gram_client_callback_func_t callback_func, void * user_callback_arg, char ** callback_contact)

Begin listening for job state change callbacks. The globus_gram_client_callback_allow() function initializes a GRAM protocol service in the current process which will process job state updates from GRAM Job Managers. The URL to contact this service is returned and may be used with the globus_gram_client_job_request() or globus_gram_client_callback_register() family of functions.

Parameters:

callback_func A pointer to a function to call when a new job state update is received.
user_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which is passed to the function pointed to by callback_func as its user_callback_arg parameter.
callback_contact An output parameter that points to a string that will be allocated and set to the URL that the GRAM callback listener is waiting on.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_callback_allow() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS opens a TCP port to accept job state updates and modifies the value pointed to by the callback_contact parameter as described above. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_callback_allow() returns an integer error code.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NULL_PARAMETER Null parameter
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_info_callback_allow (globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t callback_func, void * user_callback_arg, char ** callback_contact)

Begin listening for job state change callbacks. The globus_gram_client_info_callback_allow() function initializes a GRAM protocol service in the current process which will process job state updates from GRAM Job Managers. The URL to contact this service is returned and may be used with the globus_gram_client_job_request_with_info() or globus_gram_client_register_job_status_with_info() family of functions.

Parameters:

callback_func A pointer to a function to call when a new job state update is received. The function signature of this parameter supports GRAM protocol extensions.
user_callback_arg A pointer to application-specific data which is passed to the function pointed to by callback_func as its user_callback_arg parameter.
callback_contact An output parameter that points to a string that will be allocated and set to the URL that the GRAM callback listener is waiting on.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_callback_allow() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS opens a TCP port to accept job state updates and modifies the value pointed to by the callback_contact parameter as described above. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_callback_allow() returns an integer error code.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NULL_PARAMETER Null parameter
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_INVALID_REQUEST Invalid request
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_MALLOC_FAILED Out of memory
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_NO_RESOURCES No resources

 

int globus_gram_client_callback_disallow (char * callback_contact)

Stop listening for job state change callbacks. The globus_gram_client_callback_disallow() function stops the GRAM protocol handler associated with a callback contact from receiving further messages. After this function returns, no further callbacks for this contact will be called. Furthermore, the network port associated with the protocol handler will be released.

This function can only be used to disable a callback contact created in the current process.

Parameters:

callback_contact A callback contact string that refers to a protocol handler in the current process.

Returns:

Upon success, globus_gram_client_callback_disallow() returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS, closes the network port associated with the callback_contact parameter and stops further callbacks from occurring. If an error occurs, globus_gram_client_callback_disallow() returns an integer error code.

Return values:

GLOBUS_SUCCESS Success
GLOBUS_GRAM_PROTOCOL_ERROR_CALLBACK_NOT_FOUND Callback not found

 

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Index

NAME
Data Structures
Typedefs
Functions
Typedef Documentation
typedef void(* globus_gram_client_callback_func_t)(void *user_callback_arg, char *job_contact, int state, int errorcode)
typedef struct globus_gram_client_job_info_s
typedef void(* globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t)(void *user_callback_arg, const char *job_contact, globus_gram_client_job_info_t *job_info)
typedef void(* globus_gram_client_nonblocking_func_t)(void *user_callback_arg, globus_gram_protocol_error_t operation_failure_code, const char *job_contact, globus_gram_protocol_job_state_t job_state, globus_gram_protocol_error_t job_failure_code)
Function Documentation
int globus_gram_client_callback_allow (globus_gram_client_callback_func_t callback_func, void * user_callback_arg, char ** callback_contact)
int globus_gram_client_info_callback_allow (globus_gram_client_info_callback_func_t callback_func, void * user_callback_arg, char ** callback_contact)
int globus_gram_client_callback_disallow (char * callback_contact)
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Time: 21:47:01 GMT, April 16, 2011