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NAME

       bson_context_t - bson_context_t

       BSON OID Generation Context

SYNOPSIS

          #include <bson.h>

          typedef enum {
             BSON_CONTEXT_NONE = 0,
             BSON_CONTEXT_THREAD_SAFE = (1 << 0),
             BSON_CONTEXT_DISABLE_HOST_CACHE = (1 << 1),
             BSON_CONTEXT_DISABLE_PID_CACHE = (1 << 2),
          #ifdef BSON_HAVE_SYSCALL_TID
             BSON_CONTEXT_USE_TASK_ID = (1 << 3),
          #endif
          } bson_context_flags_t;

          typedef struct _bson_context_t bson_context_t;

          bson_context_t *
          bson_context_get_default (void) BSON_GNUC_CONST;
          bson_context_t *
          bson_context_new (bson_context_flags_t flags);
          void
          bson_context_destroy (bson_context_t *context);

DESCRIPTION

       The  bson_context_t  structure  is context for generation of BSON Object IDs. This context
       allows for specialized overriding of how ObjectIDs are generated based on the applications
       requirements.  For  example, disabling of PID caching can be configured if the application
       cannot detect when a call to fork() has occurred.

EXAMPLE

          #include <bson/bson.h>

          int
          main (int argc, char *argv[])
          {
             bson_context_t *ctx = NULL;
             bson_oid_t oid;

             /* use default context, via bson_context_get_default() */
             bson_oid_init (&oid, NULL);

             /* specify a local context for additional control */
             ctx = bson_context_new (BSON_CONTEXT_DISABLE_PID_CACHE |
                                     BSON_CONTEXT_THREAD_SAFE);
             bson_oid_init (&oid, ctx);

             bson_context_destroy (ctx);

             return 0;
          }

AUTHOR

       MongoDB, Inc

COPYRIGHT

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