> I am trying to port an application from orbix2.3 to orbix2000.
> We decided to use the naming service.
> Previously i used to specify the host name on which the server was
> Do i need to do that when i am using naming service?
Your configuration domain will take care of this. There will be an entry in
the configuration domain which contains the IOR of the Naming Service. How
it's set up depends on whether you are using a local domain (files) or a
central domain (CFR). You specify these things when you run the 'configure'
I'd suggest you give a quick look over the section on the naming service in
the Orbix 2000 manuals, it talks about this.
Quote:> if not then how will a client running know on which host the server is
Well, it will pick it up from configuration, or you can specify the location
of the NS on the command line, something like this:
Quote:> what kind of things do i have to enable to ensure that the client and host
> can run on different hosts?
If you want them to share services (NS, etc) it's probably easiest to use a
CFR and then use the -useprep flag. This stuff is talked about in the Orbix
2000 admin guide.