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Re: [libvirt-users] Using Java bindings to event callback



I'm trying to build a trivial example code. Something like this in the
main():


conn = new Connect("qemu:///session", false);

VirConnectDomainEventGenericCallback cb = new 
VirConnectDomainEventGenericCallback() {
public void eventCallback(ConnectionPointer arg0, DomainPointer(arg1,
Pointer arg2) { 
System.out.println("event happened!");
}
};

int pointer = conn.domainEventRegisterAny(null, 0, cb);

Is this example, I'm trying to catch events of type 0
( VIR_DOMAIN_EVENT_ID_LIFECYCLE) to a callback(cb). But I think this way
is not correct, because the execution should stop and I should see the
events in the output.

The idea is to write my own callbacks to catch the events, without
having to poll the state of the resources. I have seen the code in
python, namely event-test.py, and realized that there are helper classes
(such virEventLoop*) and I might need something similar in Java... But I
can't find any examples.

Thanks,
Bruno Costa


On Fri, 2010-07-16 at 07:34 -0400, Bryan Kearney wrote: 
> On 07/16/2010 05:58 AM, Bruno Costa wrote:
> > I'm having some trouble using java bindings for domain events. Can
> > anyone provide me an example on how to use this, namely
> > conn.domainEventRegisterAny?
> 
> This is pretty new code, so there may not be many examples. What issues 
> are you seeing, maybe we can figure them out.
> 
> -- bk
> 



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