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Default Identities of Registry Objects
The IceGrid registry hosts several well-known objects. The following table shows the default identities of these objects and their corresponding Slice interfaces:
You can assign unique identities to these objects by configuring the
IceGrid.InstanceName property, as shown in the following example:
This property changes the identities of the well-known objects to use
MP3Grid instead of
IceGrid as the identity category. For example, the identity of the locator becomes
IceGrid.InstanceName do not affect the identity of the
Ice/LocatorFinder object. See the next section for more information.
The client's configuration must also be changed to reflect the new identity:
Furthermore, any uses of these identities in application code must be updated as well.
Ice requires all locator implementations to support the
An object supporting this interface must be available with the identity
Ice/LocatorFinder. By knowing the host and port of a locator's client endpoints, a client can discover the locator's proxy at run time with a call to