Akonadi

loginhandler.cpp
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19 
20 #include "loginhandler.h"
21 
22 #include "connection.h"
23 
24 using namespace Akonadi;
25 using namespace Akonadi::Server;
26 
27 LoginHandler::LoginHandler(AkonadiServer &akonadi)
28  : Handler(akonadi)
29 {}
30 
31 bool LoginHandler::parseStream()
32 {
33  const auto &cmd = Protocol::cmdCast<Protocol::LoginCommand>(m_command);
34 
35  if (cmd.sessionId().isEmpty()) {
36  return failureResponse(QStringLiteral("Missing session identifier"));
37  }
38 
39  connection()->setSessionId(cmd.sessionId());
40  connection()->setState(Server::Authenticated);
41 
42  return successResponse<Protocol::LoginResponse>();
43 }
The handler interfaces describes an entity capable of handling an AkonadiIMAP command.
Definition: handler.h:48
Helper integration between Akonadi and Qt.
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