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Is Corba Good for me ?

Is Corba Good for me ?

Is Corba Good for me ?

(OP)
I need to combine Ada83 and C++ on an AIX machine
(IBM RS6000). Can I use CORBA to facilitate this ?
How much coding effort is needed (assuming the MAIN is Ada
and C++ is called from ADA packages but not vice-versa).
Which Development tools will I need ?
Should I expect a decline in performance ?

Thank you in advance for your comments

RE: Is Corba Good for me ?

Hi.

I think CORBA is cool for your purposes.
You have to use CORBA with the C++ program as server (it's got the code to call) and ADA as client.

Cuaji
Spain

RE: Is Corba Good for me ?

For the C++ side, you need a compiler from CORBA&IDL to C++ /for example, TAO). And for the ADA side, another similar tool (sorry, I don't know any application).

I hope you make it successfully.

Cuaji
Spain

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