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'Rebind' call fails for a CORBA object

'Rebind' call fails for a CORBA object

'Rebind' call fails for a CORBA object


  Our Client side code always uses 'rebind' to bind its Name context on Name Service. Scenario of problem is this:-

- First time client binds, everything goes fine.
- Theres a particular parameter which uniquely identifies our client.
- If we start another instance of client with that same parameter, server shud identify this new client and should communicate with this rather than previous one as 'rebind' call is being used on client side.
- But that doesnt happen , server still associates the client NameContext with previous instance of client.

Is my understanding of 'rebind' call wrong?
We use Visibroker ORB.


RE: 'Rebind' call fails for a CORBA object

I think you shuld set id uniqueness policy to UNIQUE_ID

Ion Filipski

RE: 'Rebind' call fails for a CORBA object

When you resolve a client in your server you get the reference of the client. When you then chage the reference in the naming Service by calling rebind you are not changing it in the server. As i understand it you will have to resolve the client again for the server to get the new reference.


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