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Manual Reference Pages  -  SOTRANRECEIVER (3)

NAME

SoTranReceiver — interprets database changes for transcription

CONTENTS

Inherits From
Synopsis
Description
Methods
See Also

INHERITS FROM

SoTranReceiver

SYNOPSIS

#include <Inventor/misc/SoTranscribe.h>

Methods from class SoTranReceiver:

       
                    
                     SoTranReceiver(SoGroup *rootNode)    
   
                    
                     ~SoTranReceiver()    
SbBool    
                    
SbBool               interpret(SoInput *in)

DESCRIPTION

This class is used for transcribing Inventor data. Transcription is the process of packaging changes to a database and sending them over a "wire" to another database.

The SoTranReceiver class is used on the receiving side of transcription. It interprets changes to a Inventor database packaged up by an SoTranSender.

METHODS

       
                    
                     SoTranReceiver(SoGroup *rootNode)
The constructor takes a pointer to an SoGroup instance that is the root node of the scene graph on the receiving end. All changes to the database are made relative to this root.

       
                    
                     ~SoTranReceiver()
Destructor.

    SbBool    
                    
SbBool               interpret(SoInput *in)
Interprets the transcription commands found in the given input stream. Returns FALSE on any error. Note: some errors (such as invalid node references) are recoverable, while others (such as syntax errors) are not.

SEE ALSO

SoInput, SoTranSender

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