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How Stub gets instatiated......

How Stub gets instatiated......

How Stub gets instatiated......

Hello Friends,
              It will be of great help if somebody can clarify this query.....

In CORBA at client side:
                The moment we call
  someIntf = XXXXhelper.narrow(xxx)

 a stub gets instatiated which can be used to make calls by the clients.This is the way we achieve transparency.
          But if we don't narrow it down and we have Server object reference from some other third party (May be a dispenser used to store object references). The moment i get the reference from the dispenser in client process space, a stub gets instatiated automatically. How does it happen actually because there is no explicit instatiation of stub.

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