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Subject [GitHub] [celix] wanglzh opened a new issue #302: example "remote_service_admin_shm" does not work
Date Thu, 03 Dec 2020 09:52:27 GMT

wanglzh opened a new issue #302:
URL: https://github.com/apache/celix/issues/302

   According to the README in the directory bundles/remote_service, I want to test the remote
service calling via shared memory, but it doesn't work due to no corresponding executable
in DEPLOY directory, remote_service_admin_dfi works as expected with ectd server. 
   I know that such function is comment out by default due to the CMakeList.txt in "remote
service" and "remote service/example" as below,  I have a try to remove the comment and twist
some changes in code, compiling is well, but no corresponding executable in server/client.
   My question is that : Is such function supported so far, or should I make some workaround
to enable it? Thanks   
   #TODO refactor shm rsa to use dfi
   #    TODO refactor shm remote service admin to use dfi
   #        add_celix_container(remote-services-shm
   #            NAME "server"
   #            GROUP "remote-services/remote-services-shm"
   #            BUNDLES discovery_shm topology_manager remote_service_admin_shm calculator
shell shell_tui log_service log_writer
   #        )
   #        celix_container_bundles_dir(remote-services-shm DIR_NAME "endpoints"
   #            BUNDLES org.apache.celix.calc.api.Calculator_endpoint
   #        )
   #        add_celix_container(remote-services-shm-client
   #            NAME "client"
   #            GROUP "remote-services/remote-services-shm"
   #            BUNDLES topology_manager remote_service_admin_shm shell shell_tui log_service
log_writer calculator_shell discovery_shm
   #        )
   #        celix_container_bundles_dir(remote-services-shm-client DIR_NAME "endpoints"
   #            BUNDLES org.apache.celix.calc.api.Calculator_proxy
   #        )
   #    endif ()

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