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The error "RTI Data Distribution Service No source for License information" happens when the license file cannot be found or the license has expired. If that is the case, the user application will be unable to initialize Connext DDS, depending on the terms of the license. You can trigger this error ...
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The RTI Launcher part of RTI Connext 5.2.0 and 5.2.3 includes a third party tab. The third party tab is available on select platforms only. If the third party tools are not supported on your platform, you will not see the third party tab. The third party tab references the InformeDDS tool. ...
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GCC 5.1 introduced a new version of libstdc++ with a library ABI that includes new implementations of std::string and std::list (see in GCC online documentation). This new ABI breaks backwards compatibility with applications and libraries linked against older versions of libstdc++ using std::string ...
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It is possible to create an Entity (a DataReader , DataWriter, or DomainParticipant ) with a QoS profile defined in the USER_QOS_PROFILES.xml file. In the Java, C, Traditional C++ and .NET APIs, there are methods such as: DDS_Publisher_create_datawriter_with_profile() Depending on what kind of ...
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RTI Connext DDS Micro provides two ways of determining endpoint information of other DomainParticipants: Dynamic Endpoint Discovery , and Static Endpoint Discovery . Dynamic endpoint discovery uses the DDS Simple Discovery Protocol, which uses builtin discovery DataWriters and DataReaders to ...
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TypeObject and TypeCode support in RTI Connext DDS During the matching process , RTI Connext DDS compares the structure of the topic types provided by the DataWriters and DataReaders to determine if they can communicate. To do so, the TypeObject or TypeCode is needed. Earlier versions of RTI ...
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By default, a DataWriter of an unbounded type won’t be able to communicate with a DataReader of a bounded type. DDS includes the max size of a bounded type as part of the data type information (known as TypeCode or TypeObject). Since the data type information is used during the Discovery phase, if ...
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