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32 bit vs 64 bit .dlls in Java

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DDS inside a Windows Service

I'm trying to run a simple Connext 5.1 publisher inside a Service on Win7 but do not see any DDS traffic. The service runs as LocalSystem and appears to run fine. The service is running on a separate machine from the subscriber so this is not a shared memory problem.

Event log messages I added show that the correct domainId is picked up from the environment. The two machines can nddsping each other. When I run the service as an application in VS, the DDS messages are published fine so the fundamental publishing code appears ok.

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Using RTI DDS in Qt for Windows

I am developing a C++ windows application with Qt and I want to know if it's possible to use RTI DDS in Qt for windows.I have used RTI DDS in visual studio with no problem, but in Qt, it has some linker errors which I couldn't resolve by adding all the library files.

Has anybody used RTI DDS in C++ windows applications without Visual Studio?

 
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Failure to compile helloworld_simple in C++

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I'm new to RTI and I'm trying to run compile helloworld_simple (Hello-x64Win64VS2010.sln) in MS Visual Studio Express 2010.  I believe I have followed the instructions correctly in the Getting Started guide, to add the proper environment variables & path directories, etc.  When I attempt to "Build Solution" in MSVSE, I get the following errors:

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