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ToolTalk User's Guide
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1.  Introducing the ToolTalk Service


ToolTalk Scenarios

Using the ToolTalk Desktop Services Message Set

The Smart Desktop

Integrated Toolsets

Using the ToolTalk Document and Media Exchange Message Set

Integrating Multimedia Functionality

Adding Multimedia Extensions to Existing Applications

Extending the X Cut and Paste Facility

Using the CASE Interoperability Message Sets

User Scenario: Fixing Bugs

Using the ToolTalk Filename Mapping Functions

Using ToolTalk in a Multi-Threaded Environment

How Applications Use ToolTalk Messages

Sending ToolTalk Messages

Message Patterns

Receiving ToolTalk Messages

ToolTalk Message Distribution

Process-Oriented Messages

Object-Oriented Messages

Determining Message Delivery



Modifying Applications to Use the ToolTalk Service

2.  An Overview of the ToolTalk Service

3.  Message Patterns

4.  Setting Up and Maintaining the ToolTalk Processes

5.  Maintaining Application Information

6.  Maintaining Files and Objects Referenced in ToolTalk Messages

7.  Participating in ToolTalk Sessions

8.  Sending Messages

9.  Dynamic Message Patterns

10.  Static Message Patterns

11.  Receiving Messages

12.  Objects

13.  Managing Information Storage

14.  Handling Errors

A.  Migrating from the Classing Engine to the ToolTalk Types Database

B.  A Simple Demonstration of How the ToolTalk Service Works

C.  The ToolTalk Standard Message Sets

D.  Frequently Asked Questions



Chapter 1

Introducing the ToolTalk Service

This chapter describes the basic concepts of the ToolTalk Service.