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Java Corba

Java Corba

Java Corba

I have JDK1.2/1.3 installed on my local client with WIN98
I lile to put the server part on to a remote UNIX server.
though I have test run a small java/corba sample program.
I am unable to imagine how to go about this UNIX server.
I have a remote unix server with JDK and I have installed
openORB at the server.
  Please read the steps and the problem faced.
  1. I have written a client code
  2. created a server code in java
  3. compiled IDL by idltojava to generate the package.
  Do I have to port some of these generated files to server
or do I have to compile IDL at server. I am just unclear
what client part should contain and what server at remote location should contain so as to develop simple java /corba

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