[Vortex] Can both peers on a channel send msgs to each other whenever they want?

Sam Roberts sroberts at uniserve.com
Mon Apr 10 22:58:16 CEST 2006

I understand that msgs are delivered in sequence, and that replies must
be delivered in sequence, and that a MSG should not be used in place of
a reply/error/answer sequence, but...

Can A create a channel to B, and can A and B both send a MSG anytime
they want?

I've a protocol with two peers, that asynchronously send single messages
to each other. Currently, they are unacked.

My understanding is to rehost our protocol on top of BEEP, a peer will
have to reply to each MSG, thats not a big deal. But, I'd like to not
have to create two channels, an A->B channel, and a B->A channel.

Is that OK with BEEP, and with the Vortex toolkit in particular?

By the way, looks like a great toolkit! I'm really impressed, and
looking forward to using it.


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