posted on Tuesday, March 30, 2010 - 05:54 am
Hello everyone, Can anyone detail the features OpenSplice community edition possess/lack compared to the commercial versions.How much of the OMG spec has been implemented ,especially with respect to the QoS implementation.
As the table shows, the OpenSplice DDS community edition fully supports DCPS (minimum profile, content-subscription profile, persistence profile, ownership profile) whereas our commercial editions add support for the DLRL-layer (object-model profile) of the DDS specification as well as add additional tooling (development and deployment tooling), embedded platform support and finally add connectors for seamless integration with other technologies (DBMS, SOAP).
So our opensource implementation has a full QoS coverage whereas on the feature-coverage the complete DCPS profile is currently supported out-of-the-box except the optional "multi-topics" (the rest of the content-subscription profile is fully supported) and coherent/ordered-access (planned for this summer).
posted on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 - 08:24 am
Thanks for the response,Hans.
Does OpenSplice implement the Object model profile(This profile includes the DLRL and also includes support for the PRESENTATION access_scope setting of ‘GROUP’)..The link mentions that DLRL is not supported..what about the PRESENTATION QOS?
You said "So our opensource implementation has a full QoS coverage". Does it mean that all the OMG DDS featues,including the optional ones are implemented?
The current OpenSplice DDS community edition (5.3) supports the non-optional access-scopes TOPIC as well as INSTANCE. The GROUP access-scope that belongs to the optional object-model profile (see chapter 2. of the DDS specification) is currently NOT supported.