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  1. #1
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    Regarding active object's priority set

    Following lines I have found from this link

    Here we set active object's priority; it is done only once, you cannot change active object's priority then.

    CMyActiveObject::CMyActiveObject(TInt aPriority): CActive(aPriority)

    Does it mean the priority of an active object can not be changed during it's life time after creation? But there is SetPriority() method in CActive class. Thanks
    Last edited by slinx; 2012-04-27 at 04:58.

  2. #2
    Nokia Developer Moderator
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    Oslo, Norway

    Re: Regarding active object's priority set

    Wiki is Wiki. It contains both community knowledge and the lack of it.
    Quote Originally Posted by ub_act.cpp
    EXPORT_C void CActive::SetPriority(TInt aPriority)
    Sets the priority of the active object.
    @param aPriority An integer specifying the new priority of this active object.
                     CActive::TPriority defines a standard set of priorities.
    @panic E32USER-CBase 50 if this function is called while a request
           is outstanding.
    	if (IsAdded())
    		iLink.iNext=NULL; // Make this not added
    Feel free to fix the article if you want.

  3. #3
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    Re: Regarding active object's priority set

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_hu_ View Post
    Feel free to fix the article if you want.
    Done with the fix

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