po_cos_naming_shell - navigate and interact with the CORBA COS Naming implementation.
po_cos_naming_shell [-s] [-i] [-I <IOR>] [-n]
All the command line switches are optional. Note: if no root directory initial reference is specified (see section OPTIONS), a new one is
created on startup.
DESCRIPTION po_cos_naming_shell(1) is very similar to the po_cos_naming(1) application. po_cos_naming_shell(1) can can act as standalone server that
supports the CORBA COS Naming specification. In addition, po_cos_naming_shell(1) provides an interactive shell which can be used to query
and manage the CORBA COS naming service.
po_cos_naming_shell(1) is able to retrive an existing root directory reference, or it can create a new one on application startup.
To display all available shell commands, type help on the command line.
OPTIONS po_cos_naming_shell(1) accepts the following command line switches:
Register root directory initial reference.
Retrieve root directory initial reference.
Use object denoted by IOR as root directory.
Retrieve root directory by name.
This manual page was written by Reto Buerki <email@example.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
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SEE ALSO po_cos_naming(1), po_names(1).
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OMNIMAPPER(8) System Manager's Manual OMNIMAPPER(8)NAME
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
redirections it makes to standard output.
The configuration file is very simple. Each line contains a string to be used as an object key, some white space and an IOR (or any valid
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This manual page was written by Floris Bruynooghe <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
30 Apr 2007 OMNIMAPPER(8)
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