DDS Routing Service

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Routing automatically adopt to existing publisher or subscriber QoS

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I wonder if it is possible to configure RTI routing service to automatically adopt or replicate the QoS settings of the participant’s publisher/subscriber and writer/reader?

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RTI Routing only works on specific domain id and port

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I am trying to use the RTI Routing for to route the Shapes demo between two separate Linux computers. Each Linux computer is running one instance of RTI Routing and one instance of Shapes demo. Each routing instance is also executed inside a Docker container. I have published the port using the parameter --publish 7400:7400 in the Docker run command. I am usinga slightly modified version of the example tcp_transport.xml, the one for WAN.

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Liveliness from sample update frequency?

We are planning on having a point-to-point transport between two Router services that will be over a low-bandwidth communication path.  Because of this, we want to disable all of the discovery traffic and as much of the "meta" traffic as possible.  Given this, is there a way to configure reader QoS such that it detects liveliness based solely receipt of instance samples?  Put another way, is there a way to eliminate liveliness assertions and still have liveliness?

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Handling liveliness with RTI Routing Services

What is the recommended way of forwarding liveliness state when using the RTI Routing services?

Suppose we what this scenario:  We have a router configured at Site A to subscribe to a topic, transform it, and publish the transformed version back out on a point-to-point connection to another router at Site B.  The router at Site B simply republishes the topic on the multicast transport.

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Distributed Logger Application Based File Logging

Language: Java

RTI Version: 5.3.1.22

 

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I am launching 3 routing service instances via the RTIRoutingService.bat files which launch rtiroutingservice.exe programs.

Due to the inability to configure the routing service to log directly to a file I am forced to use the RTI Distributed Logger to receive log messages.

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Error when running routing service example

I'm trying to run the Routing Service example from the github repo. It compiles just fine, but when I try to run in either of the configurations I get this error: 

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Routing Service adapter on a Rasberry Pi

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RTI Router transformation issues

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I'm running into some touble while transforming data using the the RTI Router.

Basically, I have a type (let's call it NetworkEntity) which contains a single field (called "entity") of a complex type (let's call it InnerEntity) which contains primitives. The Router seems to have a problem accessing the members of the complex type (InnerEntity).

I used the example transformation library as a template, and the following code is taken from the createOutputSample method (I removed the error checking blocks for convenience):

A content-aware bridging service for publish/subscribe environments

Abstract: The OMG DDS (Data Distribution Service) standard specifies a middleware for distributing real-time data using a publish-subscribe data-centric approach. Until now, DDS systems have been restricted to a single and isolated DDS domain, normally deployed within a single multicast-enabled LAN. As systems grow larger, the need to interconnect different DDS domains arises. In this paper, we consider the problem of communicating disjoint data-spaces that may use different schemas to refer to similar information.

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