The ResourceRequest type exposes the following members.
This method is called if the resource request is pending, and gets aborted, for example due to resource deadlocking. It can be null, in which case no deadlock detection is provided for the implementing type of ResourceRequest.
This callback is called when a request, made with a do-not-block specification, that was initially refused, is finally deemed grantable, and provides the callee (presumably the original requester) with an opportunity to say, "No, I don't want that any more", or perhaps to get ready for receipt of the resource in question.
Called after a resource request is granted asynchronously.
This is the resource manager from which a resource is obtained if none is provided in the reserve or acquire API calls.
This is a key that will be used to see if the resource manager is allowed to grant a given resource to the requester. It is used in conjunction with resource earmarking. (See IAccessRegulator)
An indication of the priority of this request. A larger number indicates a higher priority.
This property represents the quantity this request is to remove from the resource's 'Available' capacity.
This property represents the quantity this request actually removed from the resource's 'Available' capacity. It is filled in by the granting authority.
Creates a fresh replica of this resource request, without any of the in-progress data. This replica can be used to generate another, similar resource request that can acquire its own resource.
This is a reference to the object requesting the resource.
If non-null, this infers a specific, needed resource.
This is a reference to the actual resource that was obtained.
This is a reference to the resource manager that granted access to the resource.
This is the resource selection strategy that is to be used by the resource manager to select the resource to be granted from the pool of available resources.
Gets the status of this resource request.
Data maintained by this resource request on behalf of the requester.