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RTI RPC over DDS features in LabVIEW

We have an SOA toolchain developed in C++ based on DDS, and we are looking to migrate it into LabVIEW. This SOA implementation utilizes an RPC mechanism. Therefore, we need RPC over DDS features in the LabVIEW toolkit. Is it possible to achieve this? Thank you!

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Java EE and RTI DDS

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In this PDF (http://portals.omg.org/dds/sites/default/files/Comparison_of_DDS_and_JMS.pdf) published by RTI it states on page 40:

"However, DDS can also be used in enterprise environments; a message-driven bean using DDS can potentially simplify Java EE integration."

 

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Making DDS more generic

Hey all,

 

I'm looking for a way to make my DDS implementation more generic. I know this will be tough because the IDL generates very specific classes per topic. So i guess the idea would be to have a generic publisher, and a generic subscriber. This way i could just pass in an instance of the Topic and it's reader/writer, and then just publish/subscribe to Topics. Does anyone have any design patterns for this, or suggestions for breaking up the functionality?

 

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Adaptive Architectures for Future Highly Dependable, Real-Time Systems

Many present-day safety-critical or mission-critical military applications are deployed using intrinsically static architectures. Often these applications are real-time systems, where late responses may cause potentially catastrophic results. Static architectures allow system developers to certify with a high degree of confidence that their systems will provide correct functionality during operation, but a more adaptive approach could provide some clear benefits.

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