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po_cos_naming_shell - navigate and interact with the CORBA COS Naming implementation.
po_cos_naming_shell [-s] [-i] [-I <IOR>] [-n]
All the command line switches are optional. Note: if no root directory initial reference is specified (see section OPTIONS), a new one is created on startup.
po_cos_naming_shell(1) is very similar to the po_cos_naming(1) application. po_cos_naming_shell(1) can can act as standalone server that supports the CORBA COS Naming specification. In addition, po_cos_naming_shell(1) provides an interactive shell which can be used to query and manage the CORBA COS naming service.
po_cos_naming_shell(1) is able to retrive an existing root directory reference, or it can create a new one on application startup.
To display all available shell commands, type help on the command line.
po_cos_naming_shell(1) accepts the following command line switches:
Register root directory initial reference.
Retrieve root directory initial reference.
Use object denoted by IOR as root directory.
Retrieve root directory by name.
This manual page was written by Reto Buerki <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
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