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tt_message_state(library call)			tt_message_state(library call)

NAME
       tt_message_state	-- retrieve the	state attribute	from a message

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<Tt/tt_c.h>
       Tt_state	tt_message_state(
       Tt_message m);

DESCRIPTION
       The  tt_message_state  function	retrieves the state attribute from the
       specified message.

       The m argument is the opaque handle for the message  involved  in  this
       operation.

RETURN VALUE
       Upon  successful	 completion,  the  tt_message_state function returns a
       value that indicates the	current	delivery state of  the	message.   The
       tt_message_state	 function  returns one of the following	Tt_status val-
       ues:

       TT_CREATED
		 The message has been created, but not yet sent.

       TT_SENT	 The message has been sent, but	not yet	handled.

       TT_HANDLED
		 The message has been handled; return values are valid.

       TT_FAILED The message could not be delivered to a handler.

       TT_QUEUED The message has been queued for delivery.

       TT_STARTED
		 The ToolTalk service is attempting to start a process to han-
		 dle the message.

       TT_REJECTED
		 The message has been rejected by a possible handler.

       The application can use tt_int_error(3) to extract one of the following
       Tt_status values	from the Tt_state integer return value:

       TT_OK	 The operation completed successfully.

       TT_ERR_NOMP
		 The ttsession(1) process is not running and the ToolTalk ser-
		 vice cannot restart it.

       TT_ERR_POINTER
		 The pointer passed does not point to an object	of the correct
		 type for this operation.

SEE ALSO
       Tt/tt_c.h - Tttt_c(5), tt_int_error(3).

						tt_message_state(library call)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | RETURN VALUE | SEE ALSO

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