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From Toralf Lund <toralf.l...@pgs.com>
Subject How can I tell if a Session is closed?
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2011 10:28:11 GMT

Is there any way to tell if close() has been called on an 
qpid::messaging::Session (in the C++ API)? There is no isClosed() or 
isOpen() method on this class... It does seem like isError() will be 
set, but can I rely on this? And how can I distinguish between a closed 
session and a session with send(er) or receiver(er) error?

Related question: Do I need to close a session where an error has been 
raised and isError() is true, or can I safely throw away the reference 
without getting memory leaks? (If I can, I don't really need to know if 
close() has been called.)

- Toralf

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