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[ecf-dev] Newbie ECF Discovery question
- From: Konrad Bielak <konrad.bielak@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 20:17:39 +0200
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Sorry if this is really easy question but I spent entire day searching
Given two Felix containers on remote machines, what is the easiest way
to allow ECF communication between them? It's straightforward when
they are on the same host, but I'm struck with discovery issue.
I tried to follow http://wiki.eclipse.org/Zoodiscovery guide, but
ZooKeeper refuses to work with ServiceMix. It seems the only left
options are jmdns or jSLP, but I can't find any info on how to use
I wouldn't mind skipping discovery at all if there is a simple way to
connect two Felix containers (consumer/provider bundles) based only on
their machines IP addresses.