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Event service using two diferent orbs?

Event service using two diferent orbs?

Event service using two diferent orbs?

Good evening,
is it possible to  implement a corba application, using two interoperable orbs , using the event service? I have one client application written in Java, that uses one ORB , and needs to register with the event channel. I need to implement a server in another system , with another operative system that doesn't support the orb used by the client, and this system has to report events to the clients. Is it possible? How?
Is it possible using only one orb event channel , the server's or the client's orb event service?

RE: Event service using two diferent orbs?

All that you need is that the two ORB's that you intend to use are 100% OMG CORBA standard compatible.
It is sufficient one event channel per event-type. Your server (supplier of the events) and the client (consumer of the events) must suport the standard OMG event interfaces, I mean that supplier has to suport the PushSupplier (or PullSupplier) interface  and the same for the client side. Of course both object (client & server) has to be activated by their POA's and thats all folks.

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