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When using the “host” Docker driver, all network interfaces of the host machine are accessible from the Docker container. Furthermore, there is no networking namespace separation between the Docker containers and the host machine. To run a container in host mode, run the following command: $ docker ...
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Differences between Filtering Data using RTI Connext DDS Professional and RTI Connext DDS Micro There are several differences when using RTI Connext DDS Professional and RTI Connext DDS Micro; one of them is how to filter the samples that the subscriber will receive. RTI Connext DDS Professional ...
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Introduction Docker enables containers to communicate with one another and with the host machine using Interprocess communication (IPC). As explained in the Docker’s documentation: IPC (POSIX/SysV IPC) namespace provides separation of named shared memory segments, semaphores and message queues. ...
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RTI Connext DDS allows you to use different transports for communication between endpoints in your application (e.g., shared memory, UDP, TCP, etc.). You can take advantage of this flexibility and use different transports for discovery data and user data in the same application. This article shows ...
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In the Connext DDS modern C++ API, many entities are "reference types" with an automatic lifecycle management based on a shared count (see API documentation ) . Most times you don't need to worry about deleting entities as long as their scope is well defined. However, some times you can forget to ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext DDS 5.2.0 and above. For the purposes of this article we will assume that: You are familiar with the installation process of RTI Connext DDS. If not, see the instructional video in https://www.rti.com/gettingstarted/installlinux . You are trying to install version 5.3.0 ...
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Note: Applies to RTI Connext DDS 5.2.0 and above. RTI Code Generator has an option called -dllExportMacroSuffix <suffix> , which allows you to configure the macro suffix used to export type plugin symbols when building a Windows DLL. This feature is particularly useful if you want to place ...
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