Re: MamaDQPublisherManager methods difference between OpenMAMA and EnterpriseMAMA

Stuart Beattie <s.beattie@...>

Hi Reed,


Apologies for the delay on responding.  I am currently looking into the exact status of these functions and why there is a discrepancy between versions.





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Subject: [Openmama-dev] MamaDQPublisherManager methods difference between OpenMAMA and EnterpriseMAMA




OM 2.3.3 and EM 6.0.3 have the same methods for class MamaDQPublisherManager.


But EM 5.0.7 has these additional methods:

    virtual MamaDQPublisher* getPublisher (const char *symbol);

    virtual void*            getCache (const char *symbol);

    PublisherIterator        begin();

    PublisherIterator        end();


Have these been deprecated/removed from OM and EM since EM 5.0.7 ?






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