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Manpage of T_ADDLEAF
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T_ADDLEAFSection: OpenSS7 XTI/TLI Networking Library Calls (3)
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NAMEt_addleaf - add a point to a point to multipoint connection
Requests that an endpoint be added to a point to multipoint connection.
fd is the file descriptor of the local transport endpoint.
leafid is a transport user assigned integer value which will be used to identify the point added to the point to multipoint connection in subsequent interactions with the transport user.
addr is a netbuf(3) structure specifying on call the address of the local point being added to the point to multipoint connection. No information is returned in addr. addr->maxlen is ignored by the call. add->len is the length of the address. If add->len is zero, it indicates that no address is provided. add->buf is a pointer to the user buffer containing the address.
t_addleaf() is only valid in the T_DATAXFER state.
t_addleaf() is only valid for transport service providers of service type T_COTS or T_COTS_ORD that support point to multipoint connection management.
In synchronous mode, t_addleaf() blocks until a leaf change confirmation is received. In asynchronous mode where no leaf change confirmation is immediately avaialble, t_addleaf() fails, returns -1 and sets t_errno(3) to [TNODATA].
Upon success, t_addleaf() returns zero (0) and confirms the addition of the requested leaf. Upon failure, t_addleaf() returns -1 and sets t_errno(3) to an appropriate error number.
When t_addleaf() fails, it returns -1 and sets t_errno(3) to an appropriate error number as follows:
The XTI/TLI library functions are compatible with SVR4.2, XNS 5.2, SUSv2. Compatibility is tested using the test-xnet(8) and test-xnet_thr(8) test case executables and the OpenSS7 XTI/TLI Networking autotest test suite.
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