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In general, rtiddsgen only recognizes keys in the outermost structure. To consider the keys in embedded structures, the outer member needs to be a key as well. In the example below, rtiddsgen will not recognize mykey as a key for union A , struct B , or struct C . struct D { long mykey; //@key long ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above. RTI Data Distribution Service 4.4 and later include support for non-monotonic support. Please refer to the 4.4 User's Manual for details and the list of supported platforms. RTI Data Distribution Service 4.3 and earlier requires a monotonic increasing ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext 4.x and above. Start Eclipse in the Java perspective. Right-click in the white area of Package Explorer and select New, Java Project In the New Java Project dialog, for the Project name , enter: MyDDSProject Click Finish . (This creates MyDDSProject in the Package ...
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Note : This solution applies to RTI Data Distribution Service 4.5c. Applications that use writers with KEEP_LAST history may behave differently when built with 4.5c, compromising backward compatibility. Previously, a reliable write would not block under default QoS, as its queue was allowed to grow ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Data Distribution Service 4.x. When running RTI Data Distribution Service over an RS-232 PPP link on a Windows XP system with Service Pack 2, you might see the following PPP Server error: WSASendTo() is failing with the error code 10022, WSAEINVAL. This error occurs because the ...
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The follow list describes each of the Quality of Service (QoS) parameters and some common use cases for them. Asynchronous Publisher Configures the mechanism that sends user data in an external middleware thread. Can be used to reduce the amount of time spent in the user thread to send data. Must ...
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We do support the ability for local DataWriters and DataReaders of the same topic to ignore each other, i.e., the local DataReader to only receive messages from remote DataWriters , not local ones. To do so, you can call ignore_participant() . For example: DDSDomainParticipant *dP; dP-> ...
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