sorry for the intrusion.
I guess Koen means that he want the same application (one instance only
running) to register to two different DIFs, in order to perform the
transaction while moving from a virtual area (a DIF, which can correspond
to a physical location, like kitchen-DIF) to another (the dining room DIF).
While moving like this, for a certain amount of time, the Application
(always the same) can be a member of the first DIF and of the second one
(moving from the kitchen to the dining room).
I guess Koen does not want to drop one DIF and register to another one,
having so a small amount of time of no "internetworking service".
This is different of having copies (instances) of the same applications on
two different DIFs (one instance per DIF). I mean, it can be done, but then
such application must rely on a IPC mechanism (local only) in order to
align with all the other instance(s).
Is this the case, Koen?