Common object services specification: AT&T/NCR, BNR Europe Limited, Digital Equipment Corporation ...
A complete account of three fundamental services--naming, event notification, life cycle--that are critical for realizing and maintaining objects within a distributed computing environment. Describes the general design principles that apply to these services including service dependencies, their relationships to the common object request broker (CORBA), the OMG Object Model and standards conformance. Also discusses the unique design principles employed by each service.
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Naming Service Specification
Event Service Specification
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administration interface AlreadyBound Appendix binding boolean CannotMeetCriteria CannotProceed client client's model compound name constraint expression ConsumerAdmin copy an object copy operation copy propagates create an object created object creation service criteria cycle operations cycle services define delete distributed objects document event communication event data event service example exception is raised factory finder factory interface factory objects federation Figure filter GenericFactory interface identified IDL interfaces interface defines interface Pull<I InvalidCriteria InvalidName invoking library name LifeCycle LifeCycleObject interface LName move or copy multiple name binding name component name resolution names library naming context naming service NamingContext node Object Managment Group operation returns parameters passed PCTE peer-to-peer policies ProxyPullConsumer ProxyPushSupplier pseudo-object pull-style PullConsumer PullSupplier push-style communication PushConsumer PushSupplier raises(NotFound request service interfaces standard CORBA step for connecting string SunSoft SupplierAdmin suppliers and consumers target object traversal object typed event channel typedef sequence TypedProxyPullSupplier TypedPullSupplier TypedPushConsumer unsigned long void destroy