HOWTOs

This page contains a set of short informal recipes to help you solve common challenges you may face when using RTI Connext DDS. This recipes include topics such as configuring favorite IDE to work with our libraries, tuning the performance of your application, or configuring your firewall to let DDS traffic through.

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he Modern C++ API for RTI DDS uses shared pointer to implement “reference types,” which include all subclasses of dds::core::Entity, such as DomainParticipant or DataReader, and other classes, such as FlowController, QosProvider. For more information about how different types are implemented, here are the conventions we follow in the API.
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This articles explains how to modify the logging buffer size and the method to write logs and traces in RTI Connext DDS Micro.
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This HOWTO shows an utility to browse files generated by the Admin Console 5.3.0 “Export Discovery Data” feature. It styles the exported xml file into readable tables with expandable sections and dropdowns.
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RTI Connector for Connext DDS is a convenient way of using scripting languages (JavaScript, Python, or Lua) to access a DDS Database. This article describes how to install it for the various programming languages.
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RTI Routing Service provides a transformation SDK in C to support the creation of custom transformation plugins. A route can be created by RTI Routing Service. This route transforms the incoming data, using this custom transformation plugin, and then republishes the updated data. This howto describes the steps to create and deploy Routing Service transformations.
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Sometimes DDS users face issues while developing their applications, like for example communication issues. In these situations, usually we get this question: how can I figure out the issue and solve it?

There are several tools and features that can help you to debug your DDS issues:

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This solution describes steps to compile a program in Windows using MinGW and link the shipped RTI Connext DDS libraries which are compiled with Visual Studio.

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