The QDnsServiceRecord class stores information about a DNS SRV record. More...
|qmake:||QT += network|
|QDnsServiceRecord(const QDnsServiceRecord &other)|
|QDnsServiceRecord &||operator=(const QDnsServiceRecord &other)|
When performing a lookup on a service, zero or more records will be returned. Each record is represented by a QDnsServiceRecord instance.
The meaning of the fields is defined in RFC 2782.
See also QDnsLookup.
Member Function Documentation
QDnsServiceRecord::QDnsServiceRecord(const QDnsServiceRecord &other)
Constructs a copy of other.
Constructs an empty service record object.
QDnsServiceRecord &QDnsServiceRecord::operator=(const QDnsServiceRecord &other)
Assigns the data of the other object to this record object, and returns a reference to it.
Destroys a service record.
QString QDnsServiceRecord::name() const
Returns the name for this record.
quint16 QDnsServiceRecord::port() const
Returns the port on the target host for this service record.
quint16 QDnsServiceRecord::priority() const
Returns the priority for this service record.
A client must attempt to contact the target host with the lowest-numbered priority.
void QDnsServiceRecord::swap(QDnsServiceRecord &other)
Swaps this service record instance with other. This function is very fast and never fails.
QString QDnsServiceRecord::target() const
Returns the domain name of the target host for this service record.
quint32 QDnsServiceRecord::timeToLive() const
Returns the duration in seconds for which this record is valid.
quint16 QDnsServiceRecord::weight() const
Returns the weight for this service record.
The weight field specifies a relative weight for entries with the same priority. Entries with higher weights should be selected with a higher probability.
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