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You're probably aware, but: your described setup would go against the idea of location independence / agnosticity that is one of the main advantages of ROS (or any other framework/middleware with location independence).

Using service servers started on private nodehandles would make this possible without too much fiddling with internals.

You're probably aware, but: your described setup would go against the idea of location independence / agnosticity that is one of the main advantages of ROS (or any other framework/middleware with location independence).

I cant find anything about calling a service on a specific node (ex: NodeA/configure_node).

yes, and I believe that is because of what I wrote above.

Using service servers started on private nodehandles would make this possible without too much fiddling with internals.


Just to avoid an xy-problem, could you describe why you want to do this?