Simple Threaded TCP Client
This component is for making a TCP connection to a server. Send to its "inbox" inbox to send data to the server. Pick up data received from the server on its "outbox" outbox.
This component runs in its own separate thread so it can block on the socket connection. This was written because some platforms that don't support non-blocking calls to read/write data from sockets (eg. Python for Nokia Series-60).
Sending the contents of a file to a server at address 184.108.40.206 on port 1000:
Pipeline( RateControlledFileReader("myfile", rate=100000), ThreadedTCPClient("220.127.116.11", 1000), ).activate()
The component opens a socket connection to the specified server on the specified port. Data received over the connection appears at the component's "outbox" outbox as strings. Data can be sent as strings by sending it to the "inbox" inbox.
The component will shutdown in response to a producerFinished message arriving on its "control" inbox. The socket will be closed, and a socketShutdown message will be sent to the "signal" outbox.
All socket errors exceptions are passed on out of the "signal" outbox. This will always result in the socket being closed (if open) and a socketShutdown message also being sent to the "signal" outbox (after the exception).
It does not use a ConnectedSocketAdapter, instead handling all socket communications itself.
The compnent is based on Axon.ThreadedComponent.threadedcomponent
ThreadedTCPClient(host,port[,chargen][,initalsendmessage]) -> threaded component with a TCP connection to a server.
Establishes a TCP connection to the specified server.
Methods defined here
x.__init__(...) initializes x; see x.__class__.__doc__ for signature
Main (thread) loop
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