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icon3.gif  Does Titan support "address" in port? [message #1750193] Sat, 17 December 2016 08:39 Go to next message
Carson He is currently offline Carson HeFriend
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Registered: December 2016
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May I use address in port?
I find "TTCN-3 Core Language" define address in Port as follow,
But when i use address , always get compile error.

Message-based port:
type port PortTypeIdentifier message "{"
{ (address Type ";") |
(map param "(" { FormalValuePar [","] }+ ")") |
(unmap param "(" { FormalValuePar [","] }+ ")") |
((in | out | inout) { MessageType [ "," ] }+ ";") }
Re: Does Titan support "address" in port? [message #1750195 is a reply to message #1750193] Sat, 17 December 2016 09:38 Go to previous message
Elemer Lelik is currently offline Elemer LelikFriend
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Registered: January 2015
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Hi Carson,

this usage of address is not supported currently;
I believe it is safe to assume that if you use Titan you will also use Titan test ports and these will not need the above usage.
There is a special usage of address which is declared as an extension to a test port declaration:

with {extension "address"}

but this is only used and needed if I remember correctly only for the SIPmsg test port

else you should not need to assign an address.

For details , see referenceguide 3.7 Address Type
and API guide 2.4 Support of address type

Similarly, map param and unmap param are not supported either:

test port parameters are assigned via the configuration file
and in some cases (where the port supports it) can be changed dynamically from the TTCN-3 code by sending appropriate configuration messages; but this differs from port to port.

I hope this helps

Best regards


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