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ZMQSocket::__construct

(PECL zmq >= 0.5.0)

ZMQSocket::__constructConstruct a new ZMQSocket

Description

ZMQSocket::__construct ( ZMQContext $context , int $type [, string $persistent_id = null [, callback $on_new_socket = null ]] )

Constructs a ZMQSocket object. persistent_id parameter can be used to allocated a persistent socket. A persistent socket has to be allocated from a persistent context and it stays connected over multiple requests. The persistent_id parameter can be used to recall the same socket over multiple requests. The on_new_socket is called only when a new underlying socket structure is created.

Parameters

context

ZMQContext object.

type

The socket type. See ZMQ::SOCKET_* constants.

persistent_id

If persistent_id is specified the socket will be persisted over multiple requests. If context is not persistent the socket falls back to non-persistent mode.

on_new_socket

Callback function, which is executed when a new socket structure is created. This function does not get invoked if the underlying persistent connection is re-used.

Examples

Example #1 A ZMQSocket() example

Using callback the bind/connect socket

<?php

/*
  The socket is persistent so this function is called only on the 
  first request to the script.
*/
function on_new_socket_cb(ZMQSocket $socket$persistent_id null)
{
    if (
$persistent_id === 'server') {
        
$socket->bind("tcp://localhost:12122");
    } else {
        
$socket->connect("tcp://localhost:12122");
    }
}

/* Allocate a new context */
$context = new ZMQContext();

/* Create a new socket */
$socket $context->getSocket(ZMQ::SOCKET_REP'server''on_new_socket_cb');

$message $socket->recv();
echo 
"Received message: {$message}\n";
?>

The callback signature

Note:

function on_new_socket_cb(ZMQSocket $socket, string $persistent_id = null);

Return Values

Throws ZMQSocketException on error.

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