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How is it done in C?
From: Marc Krochmal <email@hidden> To: Adam Purkiss <email@hidden> CC: email@hidden Subject: Re: service registration Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2004 09:21:11 -0800
On Nov 8, 2004, at 1:49 AM, Adam Purkiss wrote:
Yes I do - the machine name is currently blob but I don't want to change that.
Yes it is windows
I can ping blob.local. but as I have registered via Java as adam.local. I was hoping I would be able to ping adam.local. but I cannot.
The idea is that I can go to any machine, boot up the system and so a local http server and it can be found by using adam.local. instead of the machines real name.
Unfortunately, this isn't currently possible using the Java API. You would need to register an address record that maps "adam.local." to the IP address of blob. In the C API you would use DNSServiceRegisterRecord(), but there isn't any Java equivalent for this yet. We'd like to add this to Java eventually.
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