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RTI RID Configuration Tips: Part 6:“ Checking What You Use

This is the 6th and final part in my series of blog posts on RTI RID configuration tips. Each of these tips, unless otherwise noted, works in HLA 1.3, HLA 1516-2000, or HLA Evolved. If you’re interested in learning how to make better use of your RID file, check out the previous posts in this series as well.


Part 1: RID Consistency Checking 

Part 2: The Advantages of MTL

Part 3: Utilize Environment Variables 

Part 4: Modularizing Your RID 

Part 5: Programmatic Configuration

Make sure you know what parameters your federate is actually using

Anyone who spends any time configuring RID files is bound to make a mistake from time to time. I know I do, and a large number of the questions we get in support are configuration issues as well. Even if you think you’ve setup your RID file correctly, there are some parameters that can be overridden by the RTI Assistant or programmatically by your federate code. That means examining the RID file doesn’t always tell you exactly how a federate is configured. So how can you tell? Well, there’s a RID parameter for that, of course!

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