Pure Corba

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Pearson Education, Jul 16, 2001 - Computers - 944 pages

PURE CORBA 3 is a premium, code-intensive reference for professional developers. It focuses on the core specification for CORBA 3 and contains:

  • conceptual overview of CORBA 3.
  • CORBA techniques programming reference that contains thousands of lines of commercial-quality code examples in both C++ and Java (the two most popular languages among CORBA developers).
  • concise reference to the most important parts of the specification,
 

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Contents

Interoperable Naming Service
Basic Operations
Client Example
The Portable Object Adapter
Types of CORBA Objects
The any Type
Callbacks
Interceptors

Adding an IDL Interface for SearchingExample 2
Mapping for Some Complex Types Example
Returning Parameters
Example
Mapping
Adding a MultiplyInheriting IDL InterfaceExample 4
Techniques 3 A Sample CORBA System
C++ Smart Pointer Types _var
Allocating and Initializing
Deallocating
Memory Management
Object References
Object References
Objects by Value
Events Service
CORBA Components
Internet InterORB Protocol
Syntax Reference 15 IDL Data Types
Grammar
DynAny Type
Dynamic Invocation Interface 19 Dynamic Skeleton Interface
Interface Repository
CORBA System Exceptions
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Fintan Bolton is a software consultant, trainer, and technical writer for IONA Technologies, the world's leading developer of CORBA tools and software. Mr. Bolton has trained developers in the use of CORBA-based software such as Orbix, OrbixWeb, and OrbixOTM. He has also written technical documentation for many CORBA-based products, including Orbix 2000 and OrbixOTM. He can be reached at fbolton@pure-corba.com or at the accompanying Web site for this book, http://www.pure-corba.com.

Jeremy L. Rosenberger is a cofounder of and principal consultant with Ivy Design Group LLC (also known as ivyDesign), a consulting firm specializing in enterprise application architecture using Java, CORBA, EJB, and J2EE technologies. Mr. Rosenberger is also the author of Sams Teach Yourself CORBA in 14 Days (Sams Publishing, 1998). He can be reached at jeremy@ivydesign.com.

Mark Shacklette is a principal with Leverett & Pierce, Inc. in Chicago, where he specializes in the design and implementation of distributed object e-Commerce solutions for clients which include the American Bar Association, Siemens, A. C. Nielsen, The Options Clearing Corporation, The Chicago Board of Trade, Kemper Insurance, CNA Insurance, and The Northern Trust Bank. He holds degrees from Furman and Harvard Universities, and is on the faculty of computer science at the University of Chicago, where he teaches courses on operating systems, distributed object technology, and object-oriented architecture, design, and methodology.

Lichun Wang, Ph.D., is a research scientist in applied computing and bioinformatics at EBI (the European Bioinformatics Institute), currently working on using CORBA and XML for accessing and distributing biological data.

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