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  1. Hello, I´m having troubles to communicate two applications using OpenSplice Community Edition V6.4. One application is on a server (IP Address: with Subnet mask: and the other is on a different PC on another subnet (IP Address: with subnet mask: Is there any configuration that allow my apps to communicate? I send attached the ospl.xml used in both apps. Thank you in advance. Best regards. ospl.xml
  2. Hi First I should mentioned that I'm using the last version of DDS community edition in my programs. I wrote a simple program to check some QoS of DDS entities. Everything look fine when both data writer and data reader nodes are in the network. The problem arises when my data reader joins after data writer (late-joining data reader). my late joining data reader behaves like a fresh data reader and don't receive historical data. Below I bring my configuration of my data reader for your information; the data writer configuration is the same. It's worth mentioning that this problem just occurs at the first time and after that my data reader works fine based on its QoS. So my question is that why my data reader doesn't receive historical data at the first time. DP_myDP = dds::domain::DomainParticipant(org::opensplice::domain::default_id()); QOS_myTopic = DP_myDP.default_topic_qos() << dds::core::policy::History::KeepAll() << dds::core::policy::Reliability::Reliable() << dds::core::policy::Durability::Transient(); TPC_myTopic = dds::topic::Topic<myIDL::payload>(DP_myDP,"Message",QOS_myTopic); QOS_mySub = DP_myDP.default_subscriber_qos() << dds::core::policy::Partition(partitionName); // Set the QoS associated with the Subscriber. SUB_mySub = dds::sub::Subscriber(DP_myDP,QOS_mySub); /** The dds::sub::qos::DataReaderQos are derived from the topic qos */ QOS_myDR = TPC_myTopic.qos(); // Set the QoS associated with the Data Reader. DR_myDR = dds::sub::DataReader<myIDL::payload>(SUB_mySub,TPC_myTopic,QOS_myDR); Thanks in advance for your help. Bonjefir
  3. PrismTech is pleased to announce that the latest Open Source OpenSplice DDS Community Edition v6.3 is now available for download at: http://www.prismtech...tware-downloads. The OpenSplice DDS Community Edition features the first implementation of the new DDS ISO C++ API available on the market. The new C++ API greatly reduces the complexity of developing DDS applications, and improves efficiency and safety. This release also introduces support for a standalone deployment mode along with the latest DDSI v2.1 implementation enabling a greatly enhanced ‘zero-configuration’ out-of-the-box experience. In addition numerous other updates and improvements have been made to the code base since the previous (v5.5) release. For more details on this new release read the: * Press Release - http://www.prismtech...ity-edition-v63 * Blog - http://www.prismtech...-angelo-corsaro * Frequently Asked Questions - http://www.prismtech...asked-questions PrismTech will also be hosting a Webcast introducing the new OpenSplice DDS Community Edition v6.3 on July 30 2013. Register for the Webcast at: http://www.prismtech.../webcast-signup #opensource #opensplice #dds #community
  4. PrismTech, a global leader in standards-based, performance-critical middleware, today announced a major update to the Open Source OpenSplice Community Edition. This v6.3 update (released on July 8 2013) will provide access to the latest version of OpenSplice DDS along with several innovations that improve usability, productivity and performance. Read the full press release at: http://www.prismtech.com/news/prismtech-announces-release-open-source-opensplice-community-edition-v63 Read the Frequently Asked Questions at: http://www.prismtech.com/opensplice/opensplice-dds-community/frequently-asked-questions
  5. Hi, We have been using Opensplice Community Edition 5.5.1 for some time now, and were wondering if there was any way to have the serialization and deserialization methods exposed for modification or add-ons.