CORBA Networking With Java by George M. Doss

By George M. Doss

I appeared over this publication within the shop. turns out to have completely not anything to do with Networking, CORBA or Java. additionally, has somebody spotted that each publication by way of this writer has gotten negative stories ?

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Object Management Architecture Reference Model The evolution of object management started with the founding of the Object Management Group (OMG) in 1989. OMG started with 11 members. Today there are over 500 members. A major goal of OMG is to promote object technology. It has developed the Object Management Architecture Reference Model (OMA Reference Model) to spread the gospel, the good news. A key concept of the model is that object technology has three abilities: • Reusability • Portability • Interoperability If one can take a metaphorical leap into the night, this sounds like a list for Java.

Some parts of the steps are done in parallel to other parts within a step. This discussion highlights the activities for the specific consideration of CORBA architecture in the design of an enterprise network. Other functions are system, administration, and code design. These functions are also considered throughout this book. The design of a system using CORBA architecture requires that object-oriented analysis and design be used. This is not a casual statement! The two ten-step processes can be used—and have been used probably many times—in client/server paradigm design and development.

Enables the location of an object by name (human readable) on the network rather than by address. A key notion is the naming context (a set of unique names). Allows for an object to be retrieved when there is a system crash. This is an area for database vendors. Lets an object store information on another object. This can be used in an application to define a set of standard properties for its objects. These properties could then be handled in a uniform method. Enables the location of an object by a method other than name.

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