[gme-users] Mirroring Transactions
Howard, Larry P
larry.howard at Vanderbilt.Edu
Mon Dec 5 23:08:58 CST 2011
So there's good news and bad news. The bad news is that, even with adequate operation streams, consistency among a set of independent editing sessions is impossible to achieve using only them. The good news is that GME makes it sufficiently difficult to produce adequate operation streams that it's impractical to prove it's impossible by trying it out.
Larry Howard, Sr. Research Scientist
Institute for Software Integrated Systems, Vanderbilt University
On Dec 5, 2011, at 6:18 PM, Jae Young Bang wrote:
> I am building a system that has multiple instances of GME (I'm using 9.12.15) on different machines and mirrors the actions made by the users on each others' machines.
> For example, if there were two users A and B, B would see what A does on A's machine such as creating new objects, updating attributes and registries, and removing objects. A and B would eventually have the same model in their local GME instance.
> I first tried to listen to ObjectEvents, transfer them over, and replay the events by developing a plugin that captures ObjectEvents and modifies the MGA model according to the captured ObjectEvents. It works, but it ruins the undo/redo architecture because it does not consider the transaction architecture.
> I figured what I'd ultimately like to do is to grab a transaction when it's completed, transfer it over, and execute the transaction on the other side by putting it in the transactions list.
> What I wonder is how to implement it. It seems like a plugin cannot manipulate transactions as nested transactions are not allowed. When objectEventPerformed is invoked, the plugin is in the middle of a transaction, and the transaction ends after the objectEventPerformed returns.
> Would it be possible to do this with a plugin, or would it not be possible to do this with a plugin?
> Thank you very much for your help!
> Jae young Bang
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