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Closing a Corba Server (C++, MFC, threads, Orbix)

Closing a Corba Server (C++, MFC, threads, Orbix)

Closing a Corba Server (C++, MFC, threads, Orbix)


I've created a corba-server inside an MFC Win-App that
runs in a separate thread. When I close the server (thread)
I'd like my other server (Win32-console-app in orbixd) to
take the incomig client requests, but all requests go to my
Win-App (freezing the clients) until the whole application
is terminated. Is there a way to shut down the connection
and still have the Win-App running?

I do a CORBA::release(pOrb) when I leave the thread.

Any help is much appreciated.

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