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CORBA and DCOM

CORBA and DCOM

CORBA and DCOM

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Hi All,

Could u help me resolve the following doubt..
Very broadly speaking, how would one approach integrating a DCOM object (from, say, an existing application) with a CORBA system?

Would we have to use a C++ wrapper around the object and then map that to CORBA?
Any help appreciated!!!

Thanks,
Bobbyboy

RE: CORBA and DCOM

Hi bobby!
CORBA application operate on IIOP genralized form of GIOP. so you need to provide bridges to communicate between CORBA and DCOM application. as CORBA can only communicate with an application operating on IIOP

RE: CORBA and DCOM

It depend what "flavour" of CORBA you are using. Ionas ORBIX implementation has a addon called WONDERWALL which is a bridge from DCOM to CORBA.

Cal
 
 
 

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