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IWebsessionManager Interface Reference

Websession manager. More...

Inheritance diagram for IWebsessionManager:

Public Member Functions

void logon (in wstring username, in wstring password, [retval] out IVirtualBox return)
 Logs a new client onto the webservice and returns a managed object reference to the IVirtualBox instance, which the client can then use as a basis to further queries, since all calls to the VirtualBox API are based on the IVirtualBox interface, in one way or the other. More...
 
void getSessionObject (in IVirtualBox refIVirtualBox, [retval] out ISession return)
 Returns a managed object reference to a new ISession object for every call to this method. More...
 
void logoff (in IVirtualBox refIVirtualBox)
 Logs off the client who has previously logged on with IWebsessionManager::logon and destroys all resources associated with the websession (most importantly, all managed objects created in the server while the websession was active). More...
 

Detailed Description

Websession manager.

This provides essential services to webservice clients.

Interface ID:
{930C8FEA-453A-4A65-ACA9-19ED9A872F88}

Member Function Documentation

void IWebsessionManager::logon ( in wstring  username,
in wstring  password,
[retval] out IVirtualBox  return 
)

Logs a new client onto the webservice and returns a managed object reference to the IVirtualBox instance, which the client can then use as a basis to further queries, since all calls to the VirtualBox API are based on the IVirtualBox interface, in one way or the other.

void IWebsessionManager::getSessionObject ( in IVirtualBox  refIVirtualBox,
[retval] out ISession  return 
)

Returns a managed object reference to a new ISession object for every call to this method.

See also
ISession
void IWebsessionManager::logoff ( in IVirtualBox  refIVirtualBox)

Logs off the client who has previously logged on with IWebsessionManager::logon and destroys all resources associated with the websession (most importantly, all managed objects created in the server while the websession was active).