Micro-XRCE-DDS-Agent - Micro XRCE-DDS Agent respository

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Micro XRCE-DDS Agent acts as a server between DDS Network and Micro XRCE-DDS Clients. Micro XRCE-DDS Agents receive messages containing Operations from Clients. Agents keep track of the Clients and the Micro XRCE-DDS Entities they create. The Agent uses the Entities to interact with DDS Global Data Space on behalf of the Client. The communication between a Micro XRCE-DDS Client and a Micro XRCE-DDS Agent supports two kind transports: UDP or SerialPort. While running Micro XRCE-DDS Agent will attend any received request from your Micro XRCE-DDS Clients. Micro XRCE-DDS Agent answers back with the result of a request each time a request is attended.




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