pub enum LifecycleControllerRequest {
    StartInstance {
        moniker: String,
        binder: ServerEnd<BinderMarker>,
        responder: LifecycleControllerStartInstanceResponder,
    },
    StopInstance {
        moniker: String,
        responder: LifecycleControllerStopInstanceResponder,
    },
    ResolveInstance {
        moniker: String,
        responder: LifecycleControllerResolveInstanceResponder,
    },
    UnresolveInstance {
        moniker: String,
        responder: LifecycleControllerUnresolveInstanceResponder,
    },
    CreateInstance {
        parent_moniker: String,
        collection: CollectionRef,
        decl: Child,
        args: CreateChildArgs,
        responder: LifecycleControllerCreateInstanceResponder,
    },
    DestroyInstance {
        parent_moniker: String,
        child: ChildRef,
        responder: LifecycleControllerDestroyInstanceResponder,
    },
}
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Mutates the component instance state in a realm.

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StartInstance

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§moniker: String
§binder: ServerEnd<BinderMarker>

Starts the instance identified by the given moniker. Relative monikers must start with “./”.

The client can pass in the server end of a channel for the fuchsia.component.Binder protocol. This protocol will notify the client when the instance has stopped.

The function returns once the instance has been started. Calling StartInstance() when the instance is already running is a no-op, but it will connect the Binder channel if a valid handle is provided.

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StopInstance

Stops the instance identified by the given moniker. Relative monikers must start with “./”.

The function returns once the instance has been stopped.

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ResolveInstance

Resolves the instance identified by the given moniker. Relative monikers must start with “./”.

The function returns once the instance has been resolved.

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UnresolveInstance

Unresolves the component designated by the provided moniker. Relative monikers must start with “./”.

The function returns once the instance has been unresolved.

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CreateInstance

Creates a new child instance identified by the given moniker. Relative monikers must start with “./”.

The function returns once the child instance has been added to the topology.

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DestroyInstance

Destroys the instance identified by the given moniker. Relative monikers must start with “./”.

The function returns once the child instance no longer exists in the topology.

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