taskCERTI - Tasks: task #6904, Data Distribution Management

 
 

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task #6904: Data Distribution Management

Submitted by:  Eric NOULARD <erk>
Submitted on:  Tue May 15 14:43:33 2007  
 
Should Start On: Mon May 14 22:00:00 2007Should be Finished on: Mon May 14 22:00:00 2007
Category: NonePriority: 1 - Later
Status: NonePrivacy: Public
Percent Complete: 0%Assigned to: None
Open/Closed: OpenPlanned Release: None
RTI Service Groups: Data Distribution Management

Thu May 28 21:36:19 2009, comment #1:

The DDM services were first implemented as HLA 1.3. I see in syntax.yy that dimensions can only exist in named routing spaces, so it looks like it's still 1.3. (In 1516 you'd have only one default routing space, probably not named, I think you'd just list the dimensions).

Benoit BREHOLEE <breholee>
Tue May 15 14:43:33 2007, original submission:

We should check which specification are currently implemented
in CERTI.

Since HLA 1.3 specs were subject to criticism, IEEE-1516
may have been chosen.
Explain why HLA 1.3 has not been chosen.

Service to be checked:

Understand those services semantic.
Are they useful anymore?
(??? what is this Ulong parameter ???)

Eric NOULARD <erk>
Project Administrator

 

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    Tue Sep 4 11:09:31 2007erkDependencies-=>Depends on bugs #19869

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