The Vortex OpenSplice configuration tool allows you to quickly and easily modify the xml configuration file being used by OpenSplice.
Vortex OpenSplice gets it configuration from an xml file. The file specifies the architectural model and the Vortex OpenSplice services that should run when the DDS infrastructure starts. The OSPL_URI environment variable refers to the specify xml configuration file that is in use. By default this is set to point to the ospl.xml file located in the etc/config directory of the OpenSplice installation. If you wish to change your configuration this can be done by modifying the xml file.
Vortex OpenSplice Configuration Tool
The Vortex OpenSplice Configuration Editor is a tool which allows you to quickly and easily modify the opsl.xml file OpenSplice is using. The tool allows you to quickly modify the xml file without having to hand edit it. This video shows you how to get the Configuration Tool up and running in multiple domain configurations. It also discusses the benefits of using the Configuration Tool rather then hand-editing the xml file.
The video should be viewed at 1080p for the text to be legible.
Before running the Vortex OpenSplice Configurator you need to have the following software installed on your machine:
- OpenSplice DDS
- Java 1.6 or above
Previewing and Using the OpenSplice Configurator.
The video shows the following:
- how to start the OpenSplice Configurator
- connecting the OpenSplice Configurator to an OpenSplice domain
- how to modify the xml file to change the configuration with the configurator
- using the more detailed features of the configuration tool.
You may also want to look at the Vortex Documentation Bundle which contains links to all the latest documentation to help you get up and running with Vortex.