Global Variable

NSConnectionDidDieNotification

Posted when an NSConnection object is deallocated or when it’s notified that its NSPort object has become invalid. The notification object is the NSConnection object. This notification does not contain a userInfo dictionary.

Declaration

NSString *const NSConnectionDidDieNotification;

Discussion

An NSConnection object attached to a remote NSSocketPort object cannot detect when the remote port becomes invalid, even if the remote port is on the same machine. Therefore, it cannot post this notification when the connection is lost. Instead, you must detect the timeout error when the next message is sent.

The NSConnection object posting this notification is no longer useful, so all receivers should unregister themselves for any notifications involving the NSConnection object.

See Also

Notifications

NSConnectionDidInitializeNotification

Posted when an NSConnection object is initialized using initWithReceivePort:sendPort: (the designated initializer for NSConnection). The notification object is the NSConnection object. This notification does not contain a userInfo dictionary.

Deprecated