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CORBA - Java Synchronization

CORBA - Java Synchronization

CORBA - Java Synchronization

 I have a problem using The Sun ORB for Java.
I need to guarantee some synchronization between my CORBA
objects in order to isolate operations on them as if the were atomic.
Is there a Java - CORBA service which does what I mean?
If yes, could you show me a simple example of use?
Thank a lot,

RE: CORBA - Java Synchronization

Could you please clarify your question.

If you are looking to synchronization your Java code, then you can use the synchronize keyword in Java as normal. However, if you are looking to get some kind of CORBA transaction management, then you need to look at the implementation of CORBA you are using. Each implementation will offer some kind of transaction service - IONA's is called OTM.


RE: CORBA - Java Synchronization

My problem can't be solved using java synchronize; infact I have to use some kind of transaction service under Java SUN's ORB. I have read that the transaction service OTS has been implemented by SUN with the name of JTS; so I have donwloaded it but there's no documentation or example of use. Do you know where I can find an example or a documentation?

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