The notifd2db utility is used to pass to Tango the necessary information
for the Tango servers or clients to build connection with the CORBA
notification service. Its usage is:
[host] [-o Device_server_database_file_name] [-h]
The [notifd2db_IOR_file] parameter is used to specify the file
name used by the notification service to store its main IOR. This
parameter is not mandatoty. Its default value is /tmp/rdfact.ior.
The [host] parameter is ued to specify on which host the notification
service should be exported. The default value is the host on which
the command is run. The [-o Device_server_database_file_name]
is used in case of event and device server started with the file as
database (the -file device server command line option). The file name
used here must be the file name used by the device server in its -file
option. The [-h] option is just to display an help message. Notifd2db
utility usage example:
notification service on the current host using the default notifictaion
service IOR file name.
to register a notification service with IOR file named C:\Temp\nd.ior.
notifd -o /var/my_ds_file.res
to register notification
service in the /var/my_ds_file.res file used by a device server
started with the device server -file command line option.