CSmsNonIEOperation Class Reference
|class CSmsNonIEOperation : public CBase, public CBase|
SMS Stack clients use specialisations of this class to configure a SMS Message with parameters which are not a type of Information Element.
Each parameter that uses this interface is supported by a class derived from CSmsNonIEOperation. The derived class operates on the CSmsMessage, allowing the client to add, remove and access these parameters inside the CSmsMessage.
The client gets access to an operations class using the following interface:
CSmsNonIEOperation& CSmsMessage::GetOperationsForNonIEL(TSmsNonIEIdentifier aId);
When the CSmsMessage is deleted, all its associated CSmsNonIEOperations classes are also deleted and references to them become stale. Each instance of the CSmsNonIEOperation Class is an attribute of the CSmsMessage itself.
Member Attribute Documentation
Constructor & Destructor Documentation
CSmsNonIEOperation ( TSmsNonIEIdentifier, CSmsMessage & )
~CSmsNonIEOperation ( )
Member Function Documentation
Id ( )
Identifies the element which is supported by this operations class.
- Return Value
- The element ID supported by this operations class.
MessageTypeSupported ( )
||MessageTypeSupported||(||)||const [protected, virtual]|
Identifies whether the message type supports is supported
- Return Value
- True if the message type is supported. False otherwise.
NewL ( TSmsNonIEIdentifier, CSmsMessage & )
This is used by the CSmsMessage to create a CSmsNonIEOperation. Each instance is owned by the CSmsMessage which created it. Therefore only the CSmsMessage (GSMU component) is allowed to create and delete CSmsNonIEOperations.
|aId||The ID for the element for which an operation class needs to be created. |
|aMessage||The CSmsMessage that this operations class belongs to. |
ValidateOperationL ( )
|void||ValidateOperationL||(||)||const [protected, inline, virtual]|
operator= ( const CSmsNonIEOperation & )
Prevent clients from using the assignment operator by including it in the class definition but making it protected and not exporting it.
operator== ( const CSmsNonIEOperation & )
Prevent clients from using the equality operator by including it in the class definition but making it protected and not exporting it.