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Unlike Connext DDS Professional, Connext DDS Micro only supports finite resource limits to ensure that memory growth is bounded. Configuring these limits is therefore an important part of the system design. Here are some considerations to help you determine the optimal resource limits: How many ...
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Some requirements for building a complex IIoT system are outside the scope of a stand-alone middleware. In order to support these system-level requirements, RTI created a suite of tools that accelerate development for the most complex use cases, including those using Connext DDS Micro due to ...
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This article describes the procedure to build and run Code Generator ( rtiddsgen ) examples directly on an embedded target. We will use a Raspberry Pi for this example, but the procedure is similar for other embedded targets. In order to build directly on the target, the target must include a ...
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Preface: The vast majority of this article was extracted from a White Paper that RTI's Don Gochenour originally authored. Don is a Senior Application Engineer with extensive knowledge in embedded systems and RTI's products. Don is located on the East coast of the US. Introduction This content piece ...
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Due to the way in which RTI Connector handles data internally, some applications may suffer slower performance when using types that contain sequences. This is a known issue and is tracked internally in CON-42 . More specifically, this issue is seen when setting or getting a type that contains a ...
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The Java JIT compiler is discussed in the following article: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSYKE2_8.0.0/com.ibm.java.vm.80.doc/docs/jit_overview.html As the article says, “The Just-In-Time (JIT) compiler is a component of the runtime environment that improves the performance of ...
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Using Connext DDS Professional, it is possible to configure your application such that the sending of a sample in calls like FooDataWriter_write is done by a separate thread (by default, the sending occurs in the thread calling to FooDataWriter_write ). This is accomplished using the Asynchronous ...
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