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A need to use VisiBroker and Orbix together. Is it possible???

A need to use VisiBroker and Orbix together. Is it possible???

A need to use VisiBroker and Orbix together. Is it possible???

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How can my client, which will be written using VisiBroker, access a server running under Orbix.

RE: A need to use VisiBroker and Orbix together. Is it possible???

I have two things in my mind..

1.. Run naming services, ask orbix server connect to the yor naming services.

2. use orbix server naming services IOR and connect to the server

3.. if you are using visibroker 4.5 or if you have SSL , connect using SSL.

gsvas

RE: A need to use VisiBroker and Orbix together. Is it possible???

Hi,
 We are developing an orbix client for an ssl enabled  visibroker server. The IOR that has been provided to us is having only one port. Can the Orbix2.3 connect to SSL enabled visibroker 4.5.1 version?. If so, please elaborate.
Thanks in Advance,
DoubleH

Thanks & Regards,
DoubleH

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