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Distributed Systems Architecture by Frank Pilhofer, Kay Römer, Arno Puder

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CHAPTER 3

INTRODUCTION TO CORBA

This chapter deals with the fundamental concepts of CORBA (see [28]). This chapter could have been written using any middleware technology; however, we have chosen CORBA because of its maturity and significance in the marketplace. The specification for CORBA, published by the OMG, is based on an object model described in the Object Management Architecture (OMA). We start by looking at the characteristics of the OMA in Section 3.1 and then those of CORBA in Section 3.2. Those sections provide a high-level overview of CORBA. While this part is more theoretical, it will provide the foundation for the rest of the chapter that is devoted to CORBA from the view of an applications programmer. Section 3.3 demonstrates ...

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