RepConnector supports RV and RVCM messaging with a local or remote RV daemon, and AE Certified Messaging (CM) with the local TIBCO SDK installation. This section describes some basic instructions and samples of the RV configuration. See Chapter 6, “Configuring RepConnector,” for information about configuring AECM connections..
Steps Running an rvd process on the local or remote machine.
If you run the rvd process on a remote machine, you must also run the rvrd process on the local machine to deliver the messages to the remote rvd process.
1. Navigate to the TIBCO Rendezvous installation bin directory. For example:
*On UNIX, enter: cd /opt/tibco/tibrv/bin
*On Windows, enter: cd C:\TIBCO\TIBRV\bin
2. Invoke the rvd daemon process by entering: rvd
Steps Configuring the RV routing daemon
To deliver the message from the RepConnector connection to the remote RV daemon:
Note : You can skip this procedure if you use the local RV daemon for either the inbound or outbound messaging system.
1. Navigate to the TIBCO Rendezvous installation location bin directory.
* On UNIX, enter: cd /opt/tibco/tibrv/bin
* On Windows, enter: cd C:\TIBCO\TIBRV\bin
2. Invoke the rvrd daemon process.
* On UNIX, enter: rvrd -store ./storefile
where ./storefile is the name of the local storage file for rvrd.
* On Windows, enter: rvrd -store .\storefile
where .\storefile is the name of the local storage file for rvrd.
Note : If you are configuring to use the routing daemon, supply the following:
* Service name for the local daemon
*Network value for the machine where the RV routing daemon process is running
* Daemon value for where the rvd process is running when you are defining the RepConnector connection
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