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I am using ORBIX 3.0 for C++. I created the Server and the Client appl

I am using ORBIX 3.0 for C++. I created the Server and the Client appl

I am using ORBIX 3.0 for C++. I created the Server and the Client appl

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I am using ORBIX 3.0 for C++. I created the Server and the Client applications and everything works on one machine.
When I am trying to connect to the server that is on different machine I am getting an exception: “Unknown host…”

Please share your experience on how to connect to a CORBA server located on other machine using ORBIX.

RE: I am using ORBIX 3.0 for C++. I created the Server and the Client appl

Here is a check list
                  To connect to the server on a different machine ..
                       1.   If you are connecting using _bind call then you canspecify the host name before the server name to connect to the host
                     the call should look like   _bind("host_name","servername");
                        2.   There is another way to do the above thing which is more flexible.
In configuring Orbix they specify the host names  to be polled in order to get the server   but I don't know how exactly it is done .
   Let me know if this thing is of any help .....

Best of luck

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