void Ns_UrlSpecificSet( char *handle, char *method, char *url, int id, void *data, int flags void (*deletefunc) (void *) );
The Ns_UrlSpecificSet function stores data in memory, allowing subsequent retrieval using handle, method, url, id, and inheritance flag.
The flags argument can be NS_OP_NOINHERIT or NS_OP_NODELETE. You can store two sets of data based on the same handle, method, url, and id combination-- one set with inheritance on and one set with inheritance off. If the NS_OP_NOINHERIT flag is set, the data is stored based on the exact URL. If NS_OP_NOINHERIT is omitted, the data is stored based on the specified URL and any URL below it. In this case, Ns_UrlSpecificGetExact will match to the closest URL when retrieving the data.
The deletefunc argument is called with data as an argument when this handle/url/method/id combination is re-registered or deleted, or when this server shuts down. unless NS_OP_NODELETE is set.
Normally, calling Ns_UrlSpecificSet on a handle/url/method/id combination which already has an operation registered for it causes the previous operation's delete procedure to be called. You can override this behavior by adding the NS_OP_NODELETE flag.
See the example for Ns_UrlSpecificAlloc.