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   I could implement callback successfully when the client & server reside at the same host. But , when they reside at different hosts, it fails. So, additionally anything has to be done for the 2-nd case.

This is an urgent need.

Advance thanx,

RE: Callback

I've had the same problem and searching for a solution, yesterday I saw your message.

Fortunatly I have solve the problem and so I decide to help you if is not too late.
O.K. the point is that your ORB is not using the bi-directional IIOP. It's possible that it do NOT support it or simple it has switched off by default (like in my case).

Hope that it will help you

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