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Introduction RTI Connector offers a simplified API to Data Distribution Service. Different than the full DDS API, this lightweight API does not offer a one-to-one data mapping between the published or subscribed to datatype defined by the language (Javascript/Python). For example, if you use the C ...
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When you link your application with the RTI Connext DDS libraries, you can choose whether to use dynamic or static linking. But what is the best approach if you want to use the DDS Secure plug-in? There are some situations that you need to be aware of and avoid. This article describes the possible ...
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Note: Applies to Connext DDS 5.x and above Sending TypeCode/TypeObject on the wire provides convenience over specifying the type via XML configuration, but has the disadvantage that more data must be sent during endpoint discovery. This can cause network congestion problems when the TypeCode/ ...
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Starting with Connext DDS 5.3.0, all Connext DDS libraries for Windows platforms (static release/debug, dynamic release/debug) now link with the dynamic Windows C Runtime (CRT). If you have previous Windows projects that were linking with the Connext DDS static libraries, it will be necessary to ...
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What is the Monitoring Library and how do I enable it? RTI Monitoring Library is a plug-in that enables an RTI Connext DDS application to provide monitoring data. This data can be visualized using the RTI Monitor application or read by a separate, user-created application. In RTI Connext DDS , ...
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DSCP (Differentiated Services Code Point) is a series of bits in the IP header for classification purposes. These bits specify the precedence value of the packet, the drop probability, and the network service used. Before setting the DSCP flag with a desired value, you need to take some things into ...
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It is possible to run any of the RTI DDS Services as a Windows Service. Starting with version 5.2.0, program nssm.exe can be found on directory %NDDSHOME%\resource\app\bin\%ARCH% In case you are running a version of RTI Connext DDS which does not include nssm, it can be downloaded from https://nssm ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext DDS 5.2.0 and above. The Modern C++ API was introduced with RTI Connext DDS 5.2.0. This solution explains how to use the Modern and Traditional C++ APIs in the same application. To make them work together, you must not use both of them in the same .cpp file. That is, do ...
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Note: Applies to RTI DDS Toolkit for LabVIEW version 1.3.0.x or later The best way to understand the licensing methods of the RTI DDS Toolkit for LabVIEW is to separate them per platform: Windows and NI Linux. Licensing in Windows When you download the RTI DDS Toolkit for LabVIEW (from the VI ...
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Description The discovery phase in DDS applications can be considered a high throughput scenario under some circumstances. Some examples are: The applications have a lot of DDS entities. More than 2 hosts are involved. The type definitions are sent within the discovery packets (i.e., TypeCode and ...
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