How to send message from command prompt using tibrvsend ?
tibrvsend -network “184.108.40.206″ -service “5420″ -daemon “tcp:7500″ “TESTING”
How to receive message in command prompt using tibrvlisten ?
tibrvlisten -network “220.127.116.11″ -service “5420″ -daemon “tcp:7500″
How do you identify whether tibco rv is running in your host or not ?
ps –ef | grep rvd (in linux) , for windows check rvd in task manager. ,if tibco rv is running then rvd must be a live process.
How do you identify which services are subscribed from localhost ?
How do you identify which services and clients are connected to your host via tibco rv ?
We can use tibco rv admin webpage , which listens on some predefined port e.g. 7542 http://host:7540 and then we can get all the details
Can we specify which NIC card to use while specifying network parameter?
Yes , we can specify e.g. eth1;18.104.22.168 , if don’t give any NIC card name then it will bind to default eth0 card.
What will happen if same service e.g. 5480 tries to register with two network e.g. 190.230 and 192.230 ?
Tibco RV will not allow that , it will throw exception while creating transport you can see that exception in tibco rv log via webpage.
What is the standard location for applications using TIBCO RV (Rendezvous)?
The latest TIBCO RV libraries will always be available through the following location:
Previous versions of the libraries can be access through:
How to change reliablity parameter ?
This is a startup parameter , you can see it by greping in ps –ef | grep rvd, for chaning it you need to disconnect all the application connected to that RVD and restart.
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