This virtual class enables an application to receive notifications from the rendering OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.Service.
Thetype exposes the following members.
Determines whether the specified(Inherited from is equal to the current . .)
Overrides(Inherited from . SoNetBase.)
Gets the(Inherited from of the current instance. .)
Triggered when a client is connected to the service.
Triggered when a client is disconnected from the service.
Triggered when a renderArea has been disposed.
Triggered before a renderArea is disposed.
Triggered when an HTTP connection is made that does not attempt to upgrade the connection to the WebSocket protocol.
Triggered when a client is initialized.
Triggered when a renderArea has been instantiated.
Triggered when a new connection is requested and a RemoteViz license was not found.
Triggered when a connection is pending and the requested renderArea does not exist.
Triggered when a connection is pending and the requested renderArea exists.
Triggered when the secure connection is enabled.
Returns a string that represents the current object.(Inherited from .)
A typical sequence of calls to this listener is:
OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.Client object has been created (isConnected will return true)
OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.RenderArea object is about to be created
OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.ServiceListener.OnInstantiatedRenderArea(OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.RenderArea)OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.RenderArea object has been created (isDisposed will return false)
OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.Client is running and bandwidth calibration has finished Application is running...
OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.ServiceListener.OnDisposedRenderArea(System.String)OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.RenderArea object has been disposed (isDisposed will return true)
OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.ServiceListener.OnDisconnectedClient(System.String)OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.Client object has been disposed (isConnected will return false)
Since RemoteViz 10.6, this class also allows the OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.Service to respond to standard HTTP requests using standard HTTP response codes (and messages). This can be useful, for example, to respond to "health check" requests. This method is not suitable to serve high volume requests or HTTP resources, in these cases, prefer a dedicated HTTP server like Apache or Nginx. See OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.ServiceListener.OnHTTPRequest(OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.HTTPRequest).
For notifications about connections, rendering, input events and client messages see the OIV.RemoteViz.Rendering.RenderAreaListener class.