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CORBA / ORB - Knowledge Bases
  • Distributed Objects & Components: CORBA (Cetus)
    • "CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture), is a distributed object architecture that allows objects to interoperate across networks regardless of the language in which they were written or the platform on which they are deployed. CORBA allows developers to write applications that are more flexible and future-proof, to wrap legacy systems, and to code in the language they know best. The Object Request Broker (ORB) is the middleware that handles the communication details between the objects. The CORBA 2.0 standard, adopted in December of 1994, defines true interoperability by specifying how ORBs from different vendors can communicate using a common protocol."
  • SWC - Distributed Object Technologies (University of Colorado)
    • The fundamental idea behind CORBA is that client objects make requests of server objects through an intermediary called an object request broker (ORB). In traditional client/server development, the client makes requests of a specific server on a specific machine. The clients only have to know how to ask an ORB for services, and the servers only have to register their services with the ORB. Thus, the ORB decouples client object development from server object development. Ideally, client objects can utilize services of server objects without ever having to know about each other's existence. Both clients and servers have or use an ORB.
  • Useful CORBA Research Links (Alan Abrahams)
    • This page is divided into 'pure CORBA' links and 'CORBA with Java' links.
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