Protocol

NSNetServiceBrowserDelegate

The interface a net service browser uses to inform a delegate about the state of service discovery.

Declaration

@protocol NSNetServiceBrowserDelegate

Overview

Delegates of NSNetServiceBrowser instances optionally implement these methods.

Topics

Using Network Service Browsers

- netServiceBrowser:didFindDomain:moreComing:

Tells the delegate the sender found a domain.

- netServiceBrowser:didRemoveDomain:moreComing:

Tells the delegate the a domain has disappeared or has become unavailable.

- netServiceBrowser:didFindService:moreComing:

Tells the delegate the sender found a service.

- netServiceBrowser:didRemoveService:moreComing:

Tells the delegate a service has disappeared or has become unavailable.

- netServiceBrowserWillSearch:

Tells the delegate that a search is commencing.

- netServiceBrowser:didNotSearch:

Tells the delegate that a search was not successful.

- netServiceBrowserDidStopSearch:

Tells the delegate that a search was stopped.

Relationships

Inherits From

See Also

Service Discovery

NSNetServiceBrowser

A network service browser that finds published services on a network using multicast DNS.

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