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* Copyright (C) 2015 The Android Open Source Project
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
* Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
* distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
* See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
* limitations under the License.
#pragma once
#include "bluetooth.h"
* These events are handled by the state machine
typedef enum {
SDP_TYPE_RAW, // Used to carry raw SDP search data for unknown UUIDs
SDP_TYPE_MAP_MAS, // Message Access Profile - Server
SDP_TYPE_MAP_MNS, // Message Access Profile - Client (Notification Server)
SDP_TYPE_PBAP_PSE, // Phone Book Profile - Server
SDP_TYPE_PBAP_PCE, // Phone Book Profile - Client
SDP_TYPE_OPP_SERVER, // Object Push Profile
SDP_TYPE_SAP_SERVER, // SIM Access Profile
SDP_TYPE_DIP // Device Identification Profile
} bluetooth_sdp_types;
typedef struct _bluetooth_sdp_hdr {
bluetooth_sdp_types type;
bluetooth::Uuid uuid;
uint32_t service_name_length;
char* service_name;
int32_t rfcomm_channel_number;
int32_t l2cap_psm;
int32_t profile_version;
} bluetooth_sdp_hdr;
* Some signals need additional pointers, hence we introduce a
* generic way to handle these pointers.
typedef struct _bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay {
bluetooth_sdp_types type;
bluetooth::Uuid uuid;
uint32_t service_name_length;
char* service_name;
int32_t rfcomm_channel_number;
int32_t l2cap_psm;
int32_t profile_version;
// User pointers, only used for some signals - see bluetooth_sdp_ops_record
int user1_ptr_len;
uint8_t* user1_ptr;
int user2_ptr_len;
uint8_t* user2_ptr;
} bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay;
typedef struct _bluetooth_sdp_mas_record {
bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay hdr;
uint32_t mas_instance_id;
uint32_t supported_features;
uint32_t supported_message_types;
} bluetooth_sdp_mas_record;
typedef struct _bluetooth_sdp_mns_record {
bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay hdr;
uint32_t supported_features;
} bluetooth_sdp_mns_record;
typedef struct _bluetooth_sdp_pse_record {
bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay hdr;
uint32_t supported_features;
uint32_t supported_repositories;
} bluetooth_sdp_pse_record;
typedef struct _bluetooth_sdp_pce_record {
bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay hdr;
} bluetooth_sdp_pce_record;
typedef struct _bluetooth_sdp_ops_record {
bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay hdr;
int supported_formats_list_len;
uint8_t supported_formats_list[SDP_OPP_SUPPORTED_FORMATS_MAX_LENGTH];
} bluetooth_sdp_ops_record;
typedef struct _bluetooth_sdp_sap_record {
bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay hdr;
} bluetooth_sdp_sap_record;
typedef struct _bluetooth_sdp_dip_record {
bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay hdr;
uint16_t spec_id;
uint16_t vendor;
uint16_t vendor_id_source;
uint16_t product;
uint16_t version;
bool primary_record;
} bluetooth_sdp_dip_record;
typedef union {
bluetooth_sdp_hdr_overlay hdr;
bluetooth_sdp_mas_record mas;
bluetooth_sdp_mns_record mns;
bluetooth_sdp_pse_record pse;
bluetooth_sdp_pce_record pce;
bluetooth_sdp_ops_record ops;
bluetooth_sdp_sap_record sap;
bluetooth_sdp_dip_record dip;
} bluetooth_sdp_record;
/** Callback for SDP search */
typedef void (*btsdp_search_callback)(bt_status_t status,
const RawAddress& bd_addr,
const bluetooth::Uuid& uuid,
int num_records,
bluetooth_sdp_record* records);
typedef struct {
/** Set to sizeof(btsdp_callbacks_t) */
size_t size;
btsdp_search_callback sdp_search_cb;
} btsdp_callbacks_t;
typedef struct {
/** Set to size of this struct */
size_t size;
/** Register BT SDP search callbacks */
bt_status_t (*init)(btsdp_callbacks_t* callbacks);
/** Unregister BT SDP */
bt_status_t (*deinit)();
/** Search for SDP records with specific uuid on remote device */
bt_status_t (*sdp_search)(RawAddress* bd_addr, const bluetooth::Uuid& uuid);
* Use listen in the socket interface to create rfcomm and/or l2cap PSM
* channels, (without UUID and service_name and set the BTSOCK_FLAG_NO_SDP
* flag in flags). Then use createSdpRecord to create the SDP record
* associated with the rfcomm/l2cap channels.
* Returns a handle to the SDP record, which can be parsed to
* remove_sdp_record.
* record (in) The SDP record to create
* record_handle (out)The corresponding record handle will be written to
* this pointer.
bt_status_t (*create_sdp_record)(bluetooth_sdp_record* record,
int* record_handle);
/** Remove a SDP record created by createSdpRecord */
bt_status_t (*remove_sdp_record)(int sdp_handle);
} btsdp_interface_t;