QScxmlInvokableServiceFactory Class

The QScxmlInvokableServiceFactory class creates invokable service instances. More...

Header: #include <QScxmlInvokableServiceFactory>
qmake: QT += scxml
Since: Qt 5.8
Inherits: QObject
Inherited By:

QScxmlDynamicScxmlServiceFactory and QScxmlStaticScxmlServiceFactory

This class was introduced in Qt 5.8.

Properties

  • invokeInfo : const QScxmlExecutableContent::InvokeInfo
  • names : const QVector<QScxmlExecutableContent::StringId>
  • parameters : const QVector<QScxmlExecutableContent::ParameterInfo>

Public Functions

virtual QScxmlInvokableService *invoke(QScxmlStateMachine *parentStateMachine) = 0
const QScxmlExecutableContent::InvokeInfo &invokeInfo() const
const QVector<QScxmlExecutableContent::StringId> &names() const
const QVector<QScxmlExecutableContent::ParameterInfo> &parameters() const

Detailed Description

Each service instance represents an <invoke> element in the SCXML document. Each time the service is actually invoked, a new instance of QScxmlInvokableService is created.

Property Documentation

invokeInfo : const QScxmlExecutableContent::InvokeInfo

This property holds the QScxmlExecutableContent::InvokeInfo passed to the constructor.

Access functions:

const QScxmlExecutableContent::InvokeInfo &invokeInfo() const

names : const QVector<QScxmlExecutableContent::StringId>

This property holds the names passed to the constructor.

Access functions:

const QVector<QScxmlExecutableContent::StringId> &names() const

parameters : const QVector<QScxmlExecutableContent::ParameterInfo>

This property holds the parameters passed to the constructor.

Access functions:

const QVector<QScxmlExecutableContent::ParameterInfo> &parameters() const

Member Function Documentation

[pure virtual] QScxmlInvokableService *QScxmlInvokableServiceFactory::invoke(QScxmlStateMachine *parentStateMachine)

Invokes the service with the parameters given in the constructor, passing parentStateMachine as the parent. Returns the new invokable service.

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