Checks if the metadata for an object is present in the query engine, and inserts it if not.
hcerr_t hc_check_indexed_ez(hc_session_t *session, hc_oid *oid, int *resultp);
checkIndexed is intended as way to resolve a store index exception under program control (see The 5800 System Query Integrity Model). Once a store index exception occurs (as indicated by a non-zero value of the is_indexed field in the hc_system_record_t returned from a store operation) then hc_check_indexed_ez can be called repeatedly until it returns with *resultp set to any non-zero value. This will ensure that the metadata for the object has been inserted into the query engine; the object should then start to show up in matching queries.
IN: The session for the host and port to talk to.
IN: An identifier of object data to which the metadata record is attached.
OUT: Points to an int that is updated to a value that indicates if the metadata for this object has been inserted into the query engine. The returned value of *resultp is set to -1 if the object was already present in the query engine, and is set to 0 if the object was not already in the query engine and could not be added, and to 1 if the object was just now added to the query engine. In other words, a non-zero value of resultp indicates that the store index exception has been resolved.
HCERR_OK HCERR_BAD_REQUEST HCERR_OOM HCERR_NULL_SESSION HCERR_INVALID_SESSION HCERR_INVALID_OID