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Test: Socket

This file provides implementation of sock_test(). It tests the various aspects of the socket API.

Scope of the Test

The scope of the test:

  • verify the validity of the address structs.
  • verify that address manipulation API works.
  • simple socket creation and destruction.
  • simple socket send/recv and sendto/recvfrom.
  • UDP connect()
  • send/recv big data.
  • all for both UDP and TCP.

The APIs tested in this test:

This file is pjlib-test/sock.c

/* $Id: sock.c 5331 2016-06-01 10:34:12Z riza $ */
/*
* Copyright (C) 2008-2011 Teluu Inc. (http://www.teluu.com)
* Copyright (C) 2003-2008 Benny Prijono <benny@prijono.org>
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
*/
#include <pjlib.h>
#include "test.h"
#if INCLUDE_SOCK_TEST
#define UDP_PORT 51234
#define TCP_PORT (UDP_PORT+10)
#define BIG_DATA_LEN 8192
#define ADDRESS "127.0.0.1"
static char bigdata[BIG_DATA_LEN];
static char bigbuffer[BIG_DATA_LEN];
/* Macro for checking the value of "sin_len" member of sockaddr
* (it must always be zero).
*/
#if defined(PJ_SOCKADDR_HAS_LEN) && PJ_SOCKADDR_HAS_LEN!=0
# define CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(addr, ret) \
if (((pj_addr_hdr*)(addr))->sa_zero_len != 0) \
return ret
#else
# define CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(addr, ret)
#endif
static int format_test(void)
{
pj_str_t s = pj_str(ADDRESS);
unsigned char *p;
pj_in_addr addr;
char zero[64];
const pj_str_t *hostname;
const unsigned char A[] = {127, 0, 0, 1};
PJ_LOG(3,("test", "...format_test()"));
/* pj_inet_aton() */
if (pj_inet_aton(&s, &addr) != 1)
return -10;
/* Check the result. */
p = (unsigned char*)&addr;
if (p[0]!=A[0] || p[1]!=A[1] || p[2]!=A[2] || p[3]!=A[3]) {
PJ_LOG(3,("test", " error: mismatched address. p0=%d, p1=%d, "
"p2=%d, p3=%d", p[0] & 0xFF, p[1] & 0xFF,
p[2] & 0xFF, p[3] & 0xFF));
return -15;
}
/* pj_inet_ntoa() */
p = (unsigned char*) pj_inet_ntoa(addr);
if (!p)
return -20;
if (pj_strcmp2(&s, (char*)p) != 0)
return -22;
#if defined(PJ_HAS_IPV6) && PJ_HAS_IPV6!=0
/* pj_inet_pton() */
/* pj_inet_ntop() */
{
const pj_str_t s_ipv4 = pj_str("127.0.0.1");
const pj_str_t s_ipv6 = pj_str("fe80::2ff:83ff:fe7c:8b42");
char buf_ipv4[PJ_INET_ADDRSTRLEN];
char buf_ipv6[PJ_INET6_ADDRSTRLEN];
pj_in_addr ipv4;
if (pj_inet_pton(pj_AF_INET(), &s_ipv4, &ipv4) != PJ_SUCCESS)
return -24;
p = (unsigned char*)&ipv4;
if (p[0]!=A[0] || p[1]!=A[1] || p[2]!=A[2] || p[3]!=A[3]) {
return -25;
}
if (pj_inet_pton(pj_AF_INET6(), &s_ipv6, &ipv6) != PJ_SUCCESS)
return -26;
p = (unsigned char*)&ipv6;
if (p[0] != 0xfe || p[1] != 0x80 || p[2] != 0 || p[3] != 0 ||
p[4] != 0 || p[5] != 0 || p[6] != 0 || p[7] != 0 ||
p[8] != 0x02 || p[9] != 0xff || p[10] != 0x83 || p[11] != 0xff ||
p[12]!=0xfe || p[13]!=0x7c || p[14] != 0x8b || p[15]!=0x42)
{
return -27;
}
if (pj_inet_ntop(pj_AF_INET(), &ipv4, buf_ipv4, sizeof(buf_ipv4)) != PJ_SUCCESS)
return -28;
if (pj_stricmp2(&s_ipv4, buf_ipv4) != 0)
return -29;
if (pj_inet_ntop(pj_AF_INET6(), &ipv6, buf_ipv6, sizeof(buf_ipv6)) != PJ_SUCCESS)
return -30;
if (pj_stricmp2(&s_ipv6, buf_ipv6) != 0)
return -31;
}
#endif /* PJ_HAS_IPV6 */
/* Test that pj_sockaddr_in_init() initialize the whole structure,
* including sin_zero.
*/
pj_sockaddr_in_init(&addr2, 0, 1000);
pj_bzero(zero, sizeof(zero));
if (pj_memcmp(addr2.sin_zero, zero, sizeof(addr2.sin_zero)) != 0)
return -35;
/* pj_gethostname() */
hostname = pj_gethostname();
if (!hostname || !hostname->ptr || !hostname->slen)
return -40;
PJ_LOG(3,("test", "....hostname is %.*s",
(int)hostname->slen, hostname->ptr));
/* pj_gethostaddr() */
/* Various constants */
#if !defined(PJ_SYMBIAN) || PJ_SYMBIAN==0
if (PJ_AF_INET==0xFFFF) return -5500;
if (PJ_AF_INET6==0xFFFF) return -5501;
/* 0xFFFF could be a valid SOL_SOCKET (e.g: on some Win or Mac) */
//if (PJ_SOL_SOCKET==0xFFFF) return -5503;
if (PJ_SOL_IP==0xFFFF) return -5502;
if (PJ_SOL_TCP==0xFFFF) return -5510;
if (PJ_SOL_UDP==0xFFFF) return -5520;
if (PJ_SOL_IPV6==0xFFFF) return -5530;
if (PJ_SO_TYPE==0xFFFF) return -5540;
if (PJ_SO_RCVBUF==0xFFFF) return -5550;
if (PJ_SO_SNDBUF==0xFFFF) return -5560;
if (PJ_TCP_NODELAY==0xFFFF) return -5570;
if (PJ_SO_REUSEADDR==0xFFFF) return -5580;
if (PJ_MSG_OOB==0xFFFF) return -5590;
if (PJ_MSG_PEEK==0xFFFF) return -5600;
#endif
return 0;
}
static int parse_test(void)
{
#define IPv4 1
#define IPv6 2
struct test_t {
const char *input;
int result_af;
const char *result_ip;
pj_uint16_t result_port;
};
struct test_t valid_tests[] =
{
/* IPv4 */
{ "10.0.0.1:80", IPv4, "10.0.0.1", 80},
{ "10.0.0.1", IPv4, "10.0.0.1", 0},
{ "10.0.0.1:", IPv4, "10.0.0.1", 0},
{ "10.0.0.1:0", IPv4, "10.0.0.1", 0},
{ ":80", IPv4, "0.0.0.0", 80},
{ ":", IPv4, "0.0.0.0", 0},
#if !PJ_SYMBIAN
{ "localhost", IPv4, "127.0.0.1", 0},
{ "localhost:", IPv4, "127.0.0.1", 0},
{ "localhost:80", IPv4, "127.0.0.1", 80},
#endif
#if defined(PJ_HAS_IPV6) && PJ_HAS_IPV6
{ "fe::01:80", IPv6, "fe::01:80", 0},
{ "[fe::01]:80", IPv6, "fe::01", 80},
{ "fe::01", IPv6, "fe::01", 0},
{ "[fe::01]", IPv6, "fe::01", 0},
{ "fe::01:", IPv6, "fe::01", 0},
{ "[fe::01]:", IPv6, "fe::01", 0},
{ "::", IPv6, "::0", 0},
{ "[::]", IPv6, "::", 0},
{ ":::", IPv6, "::", 0},
{ "[::]:", IPv6, "::", 0},
{ ":::80", IPv6, "::", 80},
{ "[::]:80", IPv6, "::", 80},
#endif
};
struct test_t invalid_tests[] =
{
/* IPv4 */
{ "10.0.0.1:abcd", IPv4}, /* port not numeric */
{ "10.0.0.1:-1", IPv4}, /* port contains illegal character */
{ "10.0.0.1:123456", IPv4}, /* port too big */
//this actually is fine on my Mac OS 10.9
//it will be resolved with gethostbyname() and something is returned!
//{ "1.2.3.4.5:80", IPv4}, /* invalid IP */
{ "10:0:80", IPv4}, /* hostname has colon */
#if defined(PJ_HAS_IPV6) && PJ_HAS_IPV6
{ "[fe::01]:abcd", IPv6}, /* port not numeric */
{ "[fe::01]:-1", IPv6}, /* port contains illegal character */
{ "[fe::01]:123456", IPv6}, /* port too big */
{ "fe::01:02::03:04:80", IPv6}, /* invalid IP */
{ "[fe::01:02::03:04]:80", IPv6}, /* invalid IP */
{ "[fe:01", IPv6}, /* Unterminated bracket */
#endif
};
unsigned i;
PJ_LOG(3,("test", "...IP address parsing"));
for (i=0; i<PJ_ARRAY_SIZE(valid_tests); ++i) {
pj_status_t status;
pj_str_t input;
pj_sockaddr addr, result;
switch (valid_tests[i].result_af) {
case IPv4:
valid_tests[i].result_af = PJ_AF_INET;
break;
case IPv6:
valid_tests[i].result_af = PJ_AF_INET6;
break;
default:
pj_assert(!"Invalid AF!");
continue;
}
/* Try parsing with PJ_AF_UNSPEC */
pj_cstr(&input, valid_tests[i].input),
&addr);
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
PJ_LOG(1,("test", ".... failed when parsing %s (i=%d)",
valid_tests[i].input, i));
return -10;
}
/* Check "sin_len" member of parse result */
CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(&addr, -20);
/* Build the correct result */
status = pj_sockaddr_init(valid_tests[i].result_af,
&result,
pj_cstr(&input, valid_tests[i].result_ip),
valid_tests[i].result_port);
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
PJ_LOG(1,("test", ".... error building IP address %s",
valid_tests[i].input));
return -30;
}
/* Compare the result */
if (pj_sockaddr_cmp(&addr, &result) != 0) {
PJ_LOG(1,("test", ".... parsed result mismatched for %s",
valid_tests[i].input));
return -40;
}
/* Parse again with the specified af */
status = pj_sockaddr_parse(valid_tests[i].result_af, 0,
pj_cstr(&input, valid_tests[i].input),
&addr);
if (status != PJ_SUCCESS) {
PJ_LOG(1,("test", ".... failed when parsing %s",
valid_tests[i].input));
return -50;
}
/* Check "sin_len" member of parse result */
CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(&addr, -55);
/* Compare the result again */
if (pj_sockaddr_cmp(&addr, &result) != 0) {
PJ_LOG(1,("test", ".... parsed result mismatched for %s",
valid_tests[i].input));
return -60;
}
}
for (i=0; i<PJ_ARRAY_SIZE(invalid_tests); ++i) {
pj_status_t status;
pj_str_t input;
switch (invalid_tests[i].result_af) {
case IPv4:
invalid_tests[i].result_af = PJ_AF_INET;
break;
case IPv6:
invalid_tests[i].result_af = PJ_AF_INET6;
break;
default:
pj_assert(!"Invalid AF!");
continue;
}
/* Try parsing with PJ_AF_UNSPEC */
pj_cstr(&input, invalid_tests[i].input),
&addr);
if (status == PJ_SUCCESS) {
PJ_LOG(1,("test", ".... expecting failure when parsing %s",
invalid_tests[i].input));
return -100;
}
}
return 0;
}
static int purity_test(void)
{
PJ_LOG(3,("test", "...purity_test()"));
#if defined(PJ_SOCKADDR_HAS_LEN) && PJ_SOCKADDR_HAS_LEN!=0
/* Check on "sin_len" member of sockaddr */
{
const pj_str_t str_ip = {"1.1.1.1", 7};
pj_sockaddr addr[16];
pj_addrinfo ai[16];
unsigned cnt;
/* pj_enum_ip_interface() */
cnt = PJ_ARRAY_SIZE(addr);
rc = pj_enum_ip_interface(pj_AF_UNSPEC(), &cnt, addr);
if (rc == PJ_SUCCESS) {
while (cnt--)
CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(&addr[cnt], -10);
}
/* pj_gethostip() on IPv4 */
rc = pj_gethostip(pj_AF_INET(), &addr[0]);
if (rc == PJ_SUCCESS)
CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(&addr[0], -20);
/* pj_gethostip() on IPv6 */
rc = pj_gethostip(pj_AF_INET6(), &addr[0]);
if (rc == PJ_SUCCESS)
CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(&addr[0], -30);
/* pj_getdefaultipinterface() on IPv4 */
if (rc == PJ_SUCCESS)
CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(&addr[0], -40);
/* pj_getdefaultipinterface() on IPv6 */
if (rc == PJ_SUCCESS)
CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(&addr[0], -50);
/* pj_getaddrinfo() on a host name */
cnt = PJ_ARRAY_SIZE(ai);
if (rc == PJ_SUCCESS) {
while (cnt--)
CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(&ai[cnt].ai_addr, -60);
}
/* pj_getaddrinfo() on an IP address */
cnt = PJ_ARRAY_SIZE(ai);
rc = pj_getaddrinfo(pj_AF_UNSPEC(), &str_ip, &cnt, ai);
if (rc == PJ_SUCCESS) {
while (cnt--)
CHECK_SA_ZERO_LEN(&ai[cnt].ai_addr, -70);
}
}
#endif
return 0;
}
static int simple_sock_test(void)
{
int types[2];
pj_sock_t sock;
int i;
types[0] = pj_SOCK_STREAM();
types[1] = pj_SOCK_DGRAM();
PJ_LOG(3,("test", "...simple_sock_test()"));
for (i=0; i<(int)(sizeof(types)/sizeof(types[0])); ++i) {
rc = pj_sock_socket(pj_AF_INET(), types[i], 0, &sock);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error: unable to create socket", rc);
break;
} else {
rc = pj_sock_close(sock);
if (rc != 0) {
app_perror("...error: close socket", rc);
break;
}
}
}
return rc;
}
static int send_recv_test(int sock_type,
pj_sockaddr_in *dstaddr, pj_sockaddr_in *srcaddr,
int addrlen)
{
enum { DATA_LEN = 16 };
char senddata[DATA_LEN+4], recvdata[DATA_LEN+4];
pj_ssize_t sent, received, total_received;
TRACE_(("test", "....create_random_string()"));
pj_create_random_string(senddata, DATA_LEN);
senddata[DATA_LEN-1] = '\0';
/*
* Test send/recv small data.
*/
TRACE_(("test", "....sendto()"));
if (dstaddr) {
sent = DATA_LEN;
rc = pj_sock_sendto(cs, senddata, &sent, 0, dstaddr, addrlen);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS || sent != DATA_LEN) {
app_perror("...sendto error", rc);
rc = -140; goto on_error;
}
} else {
sent = DATA_LEN;
rc = pj_sock_send(cs, senddata, &sent, 0);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS || sent != DATA_LEN) {
app_perror("...send error", rc);
rc = -145; goto on_error;
}
}
TRACE_(("test", "....recv()"));
if (srcaddr) {
int srclen = sizeof(addr);
pj_bzero(&addr, sizeof(addr));
received = DATA_LEN;
rc = pj_sock_recvfrom(ss, recvdata, &received, 0, &addr, &srclen);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS || received != DATA_LEN) {
app_perror("...recvfrom error", rc);
rc = -150; goto on_error;
}
if (srclen != addrlen)
return -151;
if (pj_sockaddr_cmp(&addr, srcaddr) != 0) {
char srcaddr_str[32], addr_str[32];
strcpy(srcaddr_str, pj_inet_ntoa(srcaddr->sin_addr));
strcpy(addr_str, pj_inet_ntoa(addr.sin_addr));
PJ_LOG(3,("test", "...error: src address mismatch (original=%s, "
"recvfrom addr=%s)",
srcaddr_str, addr_str));
return -152;
}
} else {
/* Repeat recv() until all data is received.
* This applies only for non-UDP of course, since for UDP
* we would expect all data to be received in one packet.
*/
total_received = 0;
do {
received = DATA_LEN-total_received;
rc = pj_sock_recv(ss, recvdata+total_received, &received, 0);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...recv error", rc);
rc = -155; goto on_error;
}
if (received <= 0) {
PJ_LOG(3,("", "...error: socket has closed! (received=%d)",
received));
rc = -156; goto on_error;
}
if (received != DATA_LEN-total_received) {
if (sock_type != pj_SOCK_STREAM()) {
PJ_LOG(3,("", "...error: expecting %u bytes, got %u bytes",
DATA_LEN-total_received, received));
rc = -157; goto on_error;
}
}
total_received += received;
} while (total_received < DATA_LEN);
}
TRACE_(("test", "....memcmp()"));
if (pj_memcmp(senddata, recvdata, DATA_LEN) != 0) {
PJ_LOG(3,("","...error: received data mismatch "
"(got:'%s' expecting:'%s'",
recvdata, senddata));
rc = -160; goto on_error;
}
/*
* Test send/recv big data.
*/
TRACE_(("test", "....sendto()"));
if (dstaddr) {
sent = BIG_DATA_LEN;
rc = pj_sock_sendto(cs, bigdata, &sent, 0, dstaddr, addrlen);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS || sent != BIG_DATA_LEN) {
app_perror("...sendto error", rc);
rc = -161; goto on_error;
}
} else {
sent = BIG_DATA_LEN;
rc = pj_sock_send(cs, bigdata, &sent, 0);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS || sent != BIG_DATA_LEN) {
app_perror("...send error", rc);
rc = -165; goto on_error;
}
}
TRACE_(("test", "....recv()"));
/* Repeat recv() until all data is received.
* This applies only for non-UDP of course, since for UDP
* we would expect all data to be received in one packet.
*/
total_received = 0;
do {
received = BIG_DATA_LEN-total_received;
rc = pj_sock_recv(ss, bigbuffer+total_received, &received, 0);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...recv error", rc);
rc = -170; goto on_error;
}
if (received <= 0) {
PJ_LOG(3,("", "...error: socket has closed! (received=%d)",
received));
rc = -173; goto on_error;
}
if (received != BIG_DATA_LEN-total_received) {
if (sock_type != pj_SOCK_STREAM()) {
PJ_LOG(3,("", "...error: expecting %u bytes, got %u bytes",
BIG_DATA_LEN-total_received, received));
rc = -176; goto on_error;
}
}
total_received += received;
} while (total_received < BIG_DATA_LEN);
TRACE_(("test", "....memcmp()"));
if (pj_memcmp(bigdata, bigbuffer, BIG_DATA_LEN) != 0) {
PJ_LOG(3,("", "...error: received data has been altered!"));
rc = -180; goto on_error;
}
rc = 0;
on_error:
return rc;
}
static int udp_test(void)
{
pj_sockaddr_in dstaddr, srcaddr;
pj_status_t rc = 0, retval;
PJ_LOG(3,("test", "...udp_test()"));
if (rc != 0) {
app_perror("...error: unable to create socket", rc);
return -100;
}
if (rc != 0)
return -110;
/* Bind server socket. */
pj_bzero(&dstaddr, sizeof(dstaddr));
dstaddr.sin_family = pj_AF_INET();
dstaddr.sin_port = pj_htons(UDP_PORT);
dstaddr.sin_addr = pj_inet_addr(pj_cstr(&s, ADDRESS));
if ((rc=pj_sock_bind(ss, &dstaddr, sizeof(dstaddr))) != 0) {
app_perror("...bind error udp:"ADDRESS, rc);
rc = -120; goto on_error;
}
/* Bind client socket. */
pj_bzero(&srcaddr, sizeof(srcaddr));
srcaddr.sin_family = pj_AF_INET();
srcaddr.sin_port = pj_htons(UDP_PORT-1);
srcaddr.sin_addr = pj_inet_addr(pj_cstr(&s, ADDRESS));
if ((rc=pj_sock_bind(cs, &srcaddr, sizeof(srcaddr))) != 0) {
app_perror("...bind error", rc);
rc = -121; goto on_error;
}
/* Test send/recv, with sendto */
rc = send_recv_test(pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), ss, cs, &dstaddr, NULL,
sizeof(dstaddr));
if (rc != 0)
goto on_error;
/* Test send/recv, with sendto and recvfrom */
rc = send_recv_test(pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), ss, cs, &dstaddr,
&srcaddr, sizeof(dstaddr));
if (rc != 0)
goto on_error;
/* Disable this test on Symbian since UDP connect()/send() failed
* with S60 3rd edition (including MR2).
* See http://www.pjsip.org/trac/ticket/264
*/
#if !defined(PJ_SYMBIAN) || PJ_SYMBIAN==0
/* connect() the sockets. */
rc = pj_sock_connect(cs, &dstaddr, sizeof(dstaddr));
if (rc != 0) {
app_perror("...connect() error", rc);
rc = -122; goto on_error;
}
/* Test send/recv with send() */
rc = send_recv_test(pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), ss, cs, NULL, NULL, 0);
if (rc != 0)
goto on_error;
/* Test send/recv with send() and recvfrom */
rc = send_recv_test(pj_SOCK_DGRAM(), ss, cs, NULL, &srcaddr,
sizeof(srcaddr));
if (rc != 0)
goto on_error;
#endif
on_error:
retval = rc;
if (cs != PJ_INVALID_SOCKET) {
rc = pj_sock_close(cs);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error in closing socket", rc);
return -1000;
}
}
if (ss != PJ_INVALID_SOCKET) {
rc = pj_sock_close(ss);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error in closing socket", rc);
return -1010;
}
}
return retval;
}
static int tcp_test(void)
{
pj_sock_t cs, ss;
pj_status_t rc = 0, retval;
PJ_LOG(3,("test", "...tcp_test()"));
rc = app_socketpair(pj_AF_INET(), pj_SOCK_STREAM(), 0, &ss, &cs);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error: app_socketpair():", rc);
return -2000;
}
/* Test send/recv with send() and recv() */
retval = send_recv_test(pj_SOCK_STREAM(), ss, cs, NULL, NULL, 0);
rc = pj_sock_close(cs);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error in closing socket", rc);
return -2000;
}
rc = pj_sock_close(ss);
if (rc != PJ_SUCCESS) {
app_perror("...error in closing socket", rc);
return -2010;
}
return retval;
}
static int ioctl_test(void)
{
return 0;
}
static int gethostbyname_test(void)
{
pj_str_t host;
pj_status_t status;
PJ_LOG(3,("test", "...gethostbyname_test()"));
/* Testing pj_gethostbyname() with invalid host */
host = pj_str("an-invalid-host-name");
status = pj_gethostbyname(&host, &he);
/* Must return failure! */
if (status == PJ_SUCCESS)
return -20100;
else
return 0;
}
#if 0
#include "../pj/os_symbian.h"
static int connect_test()
{
RSocketServ rSockServ;
RSocket rSock;
TInetAddr inetAddr;
TRequestStatus reqStatus;
char buffer[16];
TPtrC8 data((const TUint8*)buffer, (TInt)sizeof(buffer));
int rc;
rc = rSockServ.Connect();
if (rc != KErrNone)
return rc;
rc = rSock.Open(rSockServ, KAfInet, KSockDatagram, KProtocolInetUdp);
if (rc != KErrNone)
{
rSockServ.Close();
return rc;
}
inetAddr.Init(KAfInet);
inetAddr.Input(_L("127.0.0.1"));
inetAddr.SetPort(80);
rSock.Connect(inetAddr, reqStatus);
User::WaitForRequest(reqStatus);
if (reqStatus != KErrNone) {
rSock.Close();
rSockServ.Close();
return rc;
}
rSock.Send(data, 0, reqStatus);
User::WaitForRequest(reqStatus);
if (reqStatus!=KErrNone) {
rSock.Close();
rSockServ.Close();
return rc;
}
rSock.Close();
rSockServ.Close();
return KErrNone;
}
#endif
int sock_test()
{
int rc;
pj_create_random_string(bigdata, BIG_DATA_LEN);
// Enable this to demonstrate the error witn S60 3rd Edition MR2
#if 0
rc = connect_test();
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
#endif
rc = format_test();
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
rc = parse_test();
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
rc = purity_test();
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
rc = gethostbyname_test();
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
rc = simple_sock_test();
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
rc = ioctl_test();
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
rc = udp_test();
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
rc = tcp_test();
if (rc != 0)
return rc;
return 0;
}
#else
/* To prevent warning about "translation unit is empty"
* when this test is disabled.
*/
int dummy_sock_test;
#endif /* INCLUDE_SOCK_TEST */

 


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