Boost Users :
Date: 2021-07-28 21:19:43
On 7/27/21 11:34 PM, Ming Cheng via Boost-users wrote:
> I have a UUID requirement as:
> * Each session will also be represented with a Universally Unique ID
> (UUID), which should be a current timestamp
> * a unique UUID value set by the customer as a 64-bit value. CME
> Group recommends using the system timestamp which represents the
> number of microseconds since epoch (Jan 1, 1970) as the timestamp.
> * I also need to save it in a Linux file and rebuild the UUID from
> the saved value.
> Wondering whether boost UUID code can support it? I checked online
> document and seems to me quite difficulty except archiving.
My first thought is someone doesn't know what a UUID is. 'The Current
Timestamp' is NOT a UUID, and the chance of duplicates is going to be
reasonable high if sessions might be started on multiple machines at
about the same time.
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