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The function plain_cast allows casting a buffer of bytes within a FlatData sample into a C++ instance of the type represented by that buffer. This allows for better performance and ease of use. However, for plain_cast to work, the data sample must meet a number of restrictions that essentially ...
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Windows 10 consoles have a feature called Quick Edit that may cause confusion when using RTI Connext DDS applications that use the console. In particular, the application may appear to hang when the console window is clicked in with the mouse. This 'hanging effect' is a by-product of the Quick Edit ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 5.2.3 and before. Starting with Connext DDS 5.3.0 (also in 5.2.7) the number of locators that can be announced by a DomainParticipant increased from 4 to 16. However, older versions (5.2.3 or lower) only allow 4 locators to be announced as part of the Participant ...
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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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In RTI Connext Micro , an external RTPS interface parses RTPS messages from other DomainParticipants and passes them to an internal RTPS session based on the received GUID. Each participant creates 1 external interface. Micro has a limit of 16 external RTPS interfaces, which implies a maximum of 16 ...
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This article quickly illustrates how the RTI Admin Console can be used to determine the TypeCode and TypeObject sizes (note 2). In the example below, the RTI Shapes Demo is publishing Circles, Squares, and Triangles. The Admin Console displays the TypeCode and TypeObject sizes in several places. In ...
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This article illustrates how to enable XML validation in a QoS file. Many of the sample USER_QOS_PROFILES.xml files include an XML schema file (XSD) to assist in option selection (auto-completion) and syntax validation. Normally, this option is commented out by default. As an example, consider the ...
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