Java Programming with CORBA: Advanced Techniques for Building Distributed Applications

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 5, 2001 - Computers - 752 pages
The leading guide for Java developers who build business applications with CORBA
Acknowledged experts present advanced techniques and real-world examples for building both simple and complex programs using Java with CORBA. The authors begin with a quick overview of CORBA, Java, object request brokers (ORBs), and EJB components, then quickly move on to show how to use them to build complete Java applications. This new volume features in-depth code examples, as well as expanded coverage of cutting-edge topics, including Portable Object Adaptor (POA), Remote Method Invocation (RMI) over IIOP, and EJB.

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Chapter 1 Benefits of Java Programming with CORBA
Chapter 2 CORBA Overview
Chapter 3 Overview of Java and Java ORBs
Chapter 4 A First Java ORB Application
Chapter 5 OMG IDL to Java Mapping
Chapter 6 ORB RunTime System
Chapter 7 Discovering Services
Chapter 8 Building Applications
Chapter 10 Practical POA Programming
Chapter 11 Events
Chapter 12 Security
Chapter 13 The Persistent State Service
Chapter 14 CORBA Components
Chapter 15 Performance Scalability and Management

Chapter 9 Advanced Features

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About the author (2001)

Gerald Brose is a Security Software Architect at Xtradyne Technologies. He is an expert in EJB and CORBA and the author of Java Programming with CORBA, Third Edition (Wiley).

Andreas Vogel joined SAP in the Corporate Consulting Team/Office of the CEO in 2003, where he worked on various projects related to SAP strategy. In the beginning of 2005, Andreas joined the Solution Management Team for mySAP ERP, where he lead the effort to service-enable mySAP ERP. Andreas now serves as vice president of Field Support for mySAP ERP, where he is responsible for the introduction of mySAP ERP 2005 into the market.
Before joining SAP, Andreas held various research, technology, and business positions around the world, among them principal research scientist at the DSTC (Brisbane, Australia), chief scientist at Borland (San Mateo, CA), and CTO and cofounder of Mspect Inc. (Sunnyvale, CA).
Andreas holds MSc and PhD degrees in computer science from Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. Andreas previously published three books on CORBA and Enterprise Java Beans with Wiley.

Keith Duddy is a Senior Research Scientist at the Distributed Systems Technology Centre in Brisbane, Australia. He is involved in both distributed systems research and CORBA training and consulting. Both authors are active members of OMG and have co-authored a number of CORBA Service specifications.

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