Provided by: libsystemd-dev_251.4-1ubuntu7_amd64 bug


       sd_bus_message_set_destination, sd_bus_message_get_destination, sd_bus_message_get_path,
       sd_bus_message_get_interface, sd_bus_message_get_member, sd_bus_message_set_sender,
       sd_bus_message_get_sender - Set and query bus message addressing information


       #include <systemd/sd-bus.h>

       int sd_bus_message_set_destination(sd_bus_message *message, const char *destination);

       const char* sd_bus_message_get_destination(sd_bus_message *message);

       const char* sd_bus_message_get_path(sd_bus_message *message);

       const char* sd_bus_message_get_interface(sd_bus_message *message);

       const char* sd_bus_message_get_member(sd_bus_message *message);

       int sd_bus_message_set_sender(sd_bus_message *message, const char *sender);

       const char* sd_bus_message_get_sender(sd_bus_message *message);


       sd_bus_message_set_destination() sets the destination service name for the specified bus
       message object. The specified name must be a valid unique or well-known service name.

       sd_bus_message_get_destination(), sd_bus_message_get_path(),
       sd_bus_message_get_interface(), and sd_bus_message_get_member() return the destination,
       path, interface, and member fields from message header. The return value will be NULL is
       message is NULL or the message is of a type that doesn't use those fields or the message
       doesn't have them set. See sd_bus_message_new_method_call(3) and
       sd_bus_message_set_destination(3) for more discussion of those values.

       sd_bus_message_set_sender() sets the sender service name for the specified bus message
       object. The specified name must be a valid unique or well-known service name. This
       function is useful only for messages to send on direct connections as for connections to
       bus brokers the broker will fill in the destination field anyway, and the sender field set
       by original sender is ignored.

       sd_bus_message_get_sender() returns the sender field from message.

       When a string is returned, it is a pointer to internal storage, and may not be modified or
       freed. It is only valid as long as the message remains referenced and this field hasn't
       been changed by a different call.


       On success, these calls return 0 or a positive integer. On failure, these calls return a
       negative errno-style error code.

       Returned errors may indicate the following problems:

           The message parameter or the output parameter are NULL.

           For sd_bus_message_set_destination() and sd_bus_message_set_sender(), the message is
           already sealed.

           The message already has a destination or sender field set.


       These APIs are implemented as a shared library, which can be compiled and linked to with
       the libsystemd pkg-config(1) file.


       systemd(1), sd-bus(3), sd_bus_new(3), sd_bus_set_sender(3)