How to make use of gen_event behaviour
Fri Oct 22 13:30:27 CEST 2004
-> Thus, each event handler can choose to match on every event that comes in
here in this case i only need 'one event handler'
Ok fine, then i need only one event handler, and 'N' different functions defined to handle
'N' different events,
Thanking you .
"Ulf Wiger (AL/EAB)" <> wrote:
You only need one handler and one module, regardless of the number of events.
Gen_event works such that for each incoming event, the function handle_event(Event, State) is called in every installed event handler. Thus, each event handler can choose to match on every event that comes in, or perhaps only on one or a few. It's of course important to have a catch-all clause, so that the handler doesn't crash if a new event is introduced.
The only real point to having several different event handler modules is if you have several different _types_ of event handler. Multiple instances could for example be used if you have an event handler that filters events and sends messages to a worker process; the worker process could then install and supervise its own instance of a generic handler.
From: [mailto:]On Behalf Of suresh saragadam
Sent: den 21 oktober 2004 05:41
Subject: How to make use of gen_event behaviour
A small clarification about gen_event behaviour,
For suppose i have 25 different events to be handled,
If i am implementing gen_event behaviour, i should have 1 event manager,
and 25 event handlers,
As event handler is implemented as a callback module,
I should have 25 callback modules.
When ever an event occurs particular event handler is called as a call back module
am i correct
if i have '100 events' i should have '100 event handlers' implemented as call back modules
i.e '100 moudles' (each one for one event)
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