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ir_ab_names(1) [debian man page]

IR_AB_NAMES(1)															    IR_AB_NAMES(1)

NAME
ir_ab_names - a standalone server that supports the CORBA COS Interface specification. SYNOPSIS
ir_ab_names -file filename The -file switch is optional, see the OPTIONS section for details. DESCRIPTION
ir_ab_names(1) is a standalone server that supports the CORBA COS Interface specification. When launched, it returns its IOR and corbaloc, which can then be used by other CORBA applications. OPTIONS
ir_ab_names(1) accepts the following options: -file Output COS Interface IOR to filename. -help Print the usage text. all PolyORB command line configuration variables PolyORB allows one to set up configuration variables on the command line. The syntax is close to the one described in configuration files. A variable Var.Iable in section [Sec] can be overridden with flag --polyorb-<sec>-<var>-<iable>[=<value>]. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Reto Buerki <reet@codelabs.ch> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). RESOURCES
Polyorb User Manual: http://www.adacore.com/wp-content/files/auto_update/polyorb-docs/polyorb_ug.html/ SEE ALSO
po_cos_naming(1), po_cos_naming_shell(1). 05/21/2009 IR_AB_NAMES(1)

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PO_GNATDIST(1)						      General Commands Manual						    PO_GNATDIST(1)

NAME
po_gnatdist - a tool to build a DSA application with polyorb SYNOPSYS
po_gnatdist [switches] configuration-file [list-of-partitions] DESCRIPTION
po_gnatdist is a program let you build distributed applications with GNAT, the GNU Ada 95 compiler. It is part of the POLYORB package. OPTIONS
po_gnatdist accepts the following options: all gnatmake switches -PCS allows the user to override the default selection of distribution runtime library (PCS). -n allows po_gnatdist to skip the first stage of recompilation of the non-distributed application. CONFIGURATION FILE
The names of all configuration files must have the suffix .cfg. There may be several configuration files for the same distributed applica- tion, as the user may want to use different distributed configurations depending on load and other characteristics of the computing envi- ronment. PARTITIONS
If a list of partitions is provided on the command line of the po_gnatdist command, only these partitions will be built. In the following configuration example, the user can type : po_gnatdist <configuration> <partition_2> <partition_3> AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Xavier Grave <xavier.grave@ipno.in2p3.fr>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Most of the material of this man page was grabed on : http://www.adacore.com/wp-content/files/auto_update/polyorb-docs/polyorb_ug.html/ PO_GNATDIST(1)

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