|RealtimeFeedSettings (const SettingGroup *group=NULL)|
|RealtimeFeedSettings (const RealtimeFeedSettings &other)|
|UInt32||outOfOrderPacketMaxInterval () const|
|void||outOfOrderPacketMaxInterval (UInt32 intervalLength)|
|UInt32||lostPacketWaitTime () const|
|void||lostPacketWaitTime (UInt32 waitTime)|
|RealtimeFeedSettings &||operator= (const RealtimeFeedSettings &other)|
|Public Member Functions inherited from FeedSettingsBase< RealtimeFeedLayout::Enum >|
|RealtimeFeedLayout::Enum||layout () const|
|void||layout (RealtimeFeedLayout::Enum value)|
|UInt32||heartbeatInterval () const|
|void||heartbeatInterval (UInt32 interval)|
|const std::string &||feedANetworkInterfaces () const|
|void||feedANetworkInterfaces (const std::string &interfaces)|
|const std::string &||feedBNetworkInterfaces () const|
|void||feedBNetworkInterfaces (const std::string &interfaces)|
|Protected Member Functions inherited from FeedSettingsBase< RealtimeFeedLayout::Enum >|
|FeedSettingsBase (const SettingGroup *group, RealtimeFeedLayout::Enum layout, UInt32 heartbeat)|
|FeedSettingsBase (const FeedSettingsBase &other)|
|const SettingGroup &||group () const|
|void||assignNoControl (const FeedSettingsBase &other)|
Indicates the time limit for the Handler while waiting for expected packets before they are considered lost.
When the Handler receives a packet with the sequence number greater than expected, it considers the received data as out-of-order. The Handler resumes normal data processing if it receives missing data during the given time interval.
However, if expected packets aren't received for a predefined time frame, the Handler considers expected data as lost and raises the gap event. The given parameter defines a time interval the Handler waits for expected packets.
The time interval is measured in microseconds (usec).
Defines a threshold used by the Handler while handling out-of-order incoming packets.
Due to the unreliable nature of multicast, packets may be missed or received in an order different from the expected. The Handler uses the given parameter to establish a threshold for incoming packets whose sequence numbers are greater than expected unless the expected packets are received or recognized as lost.
When the Handler receives a packet with the sequence number higher than expected, it considers the incoming packet as out-of-order. It puts the packet into an internal queue if its sequence number does not exceed the established threshold. The threshold represents the sum of the last accepted packet's sequence number and the value of the given parameter.
Packets are queued unless the expected ones are received, or their sequence numbers exceed the threshold, or the time limit is reached. If the incoming packet's sequence number exceeds the established threshold, the Handler raises the gap event.
If arbitrage between primary and secondary feeds is enabled, the Handler does not trigger the gap event until incoming packets from both feeds exceed the established threshold.