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Description

Enumeration of all supported quality of service channel modes.

Properties

UnreliableThere is no guarantee of delivery or ordering.
UnreliableFragmentedThere is no guarantee of delivery or ordering, but allowing fragmented messages with up to 32 fragments per message.
UnreliableSequencedThere is no guarantee of delivery and all unordered messages will be dropped. Example: VoIP.
ReliableEach message is guaranteed to be delivered but not guaranteed to be in order.
ReliableFragmentedEach message is guaranteed to be delivered, also allowing fragmented messages with up to 32 fragments per message.
ReliableSequencedEach message is guaranteed to be delivered and in order.
StateUpdateAn unreliable message. Only the last message in the send buffer is sent. Only the most recent message in the receive buffer will be delivered.
ReliableStateUpdateA reliable message. Note: Only the last message in the send buffer is sent. Only the most recent message in the receive buffer will be delivered.
AllCostDeliveryA reliable message that will be re-sent with a high frequency until it is acknowledged.
UnreliableFragmentedSequencedThere is garantee of ordering, no guarantee of delivery, but allowing fragmented messages with up to 32 fragments per message.
ReliableFragmentedSequencedEach message is guaranteed to be delivered in order, also allowing fragmented messages with up to 32 fragments per message.

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