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How to know an IP address...

How to know an IP address...

How to know an IP address...

 is there a way (that is a CORBA function or something similar) for a CORBA server to know the IP number (or other kinds of Identifiera) of the clients which connects to it (obtaining it by the request?) ?

RE: How to know an IP address...

with orbixweb you can try it like this:

from org.omg.CORBA import ORB;
from IE.Iona.OrbixWeb import Activator;
import string
import sys
from java.lang import Integer

icount = 0
iErr = 0
if serviceHost:
    orb = ORB.init()
    orbixd = Activator.IT_daemonHelper.bind( "", serviceHost )
        detailsHolder = Activator.IT_daemonPackage.serverDetailsSeqHolder()
    orbixd.listActiveServers( detailsHolder )
    services = []
    for s in detailsHolder.value: services.append( s.server )
    for service in services:
        serviceName = string.replace(service, "\\", "/" )


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