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Re: [ecf-dev] Problem with Service Endpoint matching when using different network names

Hi Peter

Sorry about the slow reply.  I'm out on a gig.

I think the service.exported.configs prop value should be

ecf.socket.server

As per
https://github.com/ECF/tcpsocketdistributionprovider/blob/master/bundles/org.eclipse.ecf.provider.tcpsocket.common/src/org/eclipse/ecf/provider/tcpsocket/common/TCPSocketConstants.java

RE the genetic provider...it was done long before rsa...and there is the peer services also as discussed.

Hope this helps.

Scott 

From: "Peter Hermsdorf" <peter.hermsdorf@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, Aug 7, 2018 7:07 am
To: ecf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [ecf-dev] Problem with Service Endpoint matching when using different network names
Hi Scott,
  thanks again for providing this sample implementation! That makes it very transparent how things work. 

 Actually I thought the ecf-generic provider would work that way ;)

 

 I wasn't able to get the server up and running. Maybe a problem with the launch configuration. See below for the bundles and their states.

 I added a sample service which should by exported by adding something like

 

 @Component(property = {

   "service.exported.interfaces=*",

   "service.exported.configs=ecf.namespace.socket"

   })

 public class HelloService implements IHello{

 

  public HelloService() {

   System.err.println();

  }

  

  @Override

  public void sayHello() {

   System.err.println("Hello");

  }

 

 }

 

 but as said before, the server does not seem to get started. The start code in the Activator does the registration but the RemoteServiceContainerInstantiator.createInstance is never called. 

 Any idea?

 

 Thanks!

 

 Bye Peter

 

 ss

 

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 Am 27.07.2018 um 20:08 schrieb Scott Lewis:
 
 
 

 On 7/27/2018 7:22 AM, Peter Hermsdorf wrote: 
 
 
  
  
 Hi Scott, 
  
 
  
 that sounds and looks really promising! I'll need some time to process the information you gave and look at the code and then come back to you. 
  
 
  
 
  
 
 This morning I've added some code to allow properties to set the hostname and port on server side, and to use the ecf.endpoint.id on client side to connect to the given hostname and port. This is working...see TCPSocketServerContainer and TCPSocketClientContainer classes. 
 
 
 
 I've been testing localhost with the LAN-based discovery (zeroconf) so the hostname/port exported in the endpoint description is what is used on the client. If/when other discovery and import is used on the client, then it can do whatever it wants wrt what hostname and port to use to connect to the server. 
 
 
 
 There are some ways that this is limited, but it can be generalized or extended, and I'm hoping it will give a good idea of how to create others. 
 
 
 
 Scott