IOR-DECODE-2(1) General Commands Manual IOR-DECODE-2(1)NAME
ior-decode-2 - print human-readable info from IOR string
An IOR string is a string of characters that defines an "InterOrb Reference". These strings are used to locate and identify remote
objects. The ior-decode-2 program displays the information encoded in the IOR string in a human-readable format. This is primarily useful
Copyright (C) 2001 Dick Porter <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Elliot Lee <email@example.com>
This manual was originally written for ior-decode-2 by Chris Waters <firstname.lastname@example.org> for Debian GNU/Linux.
Version 0.5.15 23 March 2002 IOR-DECODE-2(1)
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omniMapper - Simple proxy for CORBA naming service from omniORB
This manual page documents briefly the omniMapper command.
omniMapper is a simple daemon which listens on port 2809 (or any other port) and redirects IIOP requets for configured object keys to asso-
ciated persistent IORs. It can be used to make a naming service (even an old non-INS aware version of omniNames or other ORB's naming ser-
vice) appear on port 2809 with the object key NameService. The same goes for any other service you may wish to specify, such as an inter-
A summary of options is included below. For a complete description, see the HTML pages included in the omniorb4-doc package.
This allows you to choose a port other than 2809 to listen on.
This specifies a location for the configuration file. The default name is /etc/omniMapper.cfg.
-v omniMapper does not normally print anything; this option makes it verbose so it prints configuration information and a record of the
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URI) that it will redirect that object key to. Comments should be prefixed with a # character. For example:
# Example omniMapper.cfg
SEE ALSO omniNames(8).
The programs are documented fully by the HTML documentation in the omniorb4-doc package.
omniMapper was written by Duncan Grisby <email@example.com>
This manual page was written by Floris Bruynooghe <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
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