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       events - stream events from or to a CORBA EventChannel


       events [-n channel-name] [-s] [-h] [-ORBparameter value] [channel-uri]


       events streams events from an event channel to standard output, or (-s)
       from standard input to an event channel.

       Events are streamed in raw binary form,  accompanied  by  a  timestamp.
       When  the stream is played back into a channel, the timestamps are used
       the replicate the original delays between the messages.

       The main use for this command it to record sets of events and play them
       back later for testing.

       Recording example: events corbaname::#EventChannel > test.dat

       Playback example: events -s corbaname::#EventChannel < test.dat


       -n channel-name
              The  CORBA  Name  Service  name used to look up the EventChannel
              CORBA object.

              Format                     for                     channel-name:

              Examples: foo,,, foo/bar/baz.qux.

              The default is EventChannel

       -s     Supply mode. Read events from standard input.

       -h     Display a short summary of command-line options.

       -ORBparameter value
              Standard omniORB options. see omniORB documentation for details.
              This option is commonly used to set the omniORB  traceLevel,  in
              order to get more detailed output.

              Example: -ORBtraceLevel 5


              The location of the omniORB configuration file.


       Copyright © 2004,2005 Alex Tingle.

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