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- 03-24-2008, 04:17 AM #1Member
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One Producer - Many Consumers - Same Message
I hope this hasn't been asked before, but every time I search I never find help for my specific problem.
I have a program that does the following. Has one incoming TCP connection. Has many outgoing TCP connections. Each connection is in a separate thread. When I receieve a new string from the incoming I want to send it to all outgoing connections.
Currently I am just a Variable that gets overwritten w/ each new incoming message. I am afraid that it will get overwritten before it is sent on all outgoing connections. So I want to use a queue. However, and this is what I see in examples all over the web, once the outgoing pops from the queue, the other ones don't have that message anymore. So how do I pop it off once all consumer threads send the message off?
- 04-23-2008, 09:27 PM #2
There are lots of possible solutions, here are a couple:
- Keep a counter of remaining outgoing directions with each message in the queue and each outgoing thread will decrement it. Last thread removes it.
- Duplicate the message for each outgoing thread; one queue per thread.
Don't forget to synchronize in the proper places.Daniel @ [www.littletutorials.com]
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