[OpenSIPS-Users] send_reply vs t_reply
bogdan at opensips.org
Thu Jul 2 16:18:30 CEST 2015
send_reply() is a wrapper over t_reply() and sl_send_reply(). Both
functions do the same, but first is doing it transaction stateful, while
the second in a stateless way (no transaction state).
send_reply() simply checks if a transaction was already created (like
via t_newtran() ) and calls further the right function.
OpenSIPS Founder and Developer
On 30.06.2015 19:35, Podrigal, Aron wrote:
> I would like to get some details on the difference if one uses
> send_reply or t_reply for a sip message.
> Is there any major differences where the reply sent from, and what
> function is used?
> Thank you.
> Aron Podrigal
> //Be happy :-)
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