makes sense that there should be.
In the worst case though, you can solve this through your own
protocol... you can require clients call an initialization to receive
some random value you provide (and store, to associate with them), and
all of your other entry points can require that this value be among
On Jul 26, 2:13 pm, Jin Chiu <live2drea...@gmail.com> wrote:
> In the implementation of my remote service's published API, is there a
> way to identify which client called a given method? For example, is
> there a way to obtain a unique ID or address of the caller? I already
> cache an AIDL callback reference to the client, but not sure how I can
> use this for identification.
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