Integrating CORBA and COM Applications

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Written by members of the OMG COM/CORBA Internetworking specification team, this is a complete, nuts-and-bolts guide to building real-world systems that exploit the best attributes of both CORBA and COM. Using a series of application scenarios for which they provide solutions - complete with sample code and working examples - they show you how to write hybrid programs and build real-world systems using CORBA and COM; partition application designs to get the most out of both technologies; write COM and Visual ...
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Overview

Written by members of the OMG COM/CORBA Internetworking specification team, this is a complete, nuts-and-bolts guide to building real-world systems that exploit the best attributes of both CORBA and COM. Using a series of application scenarios for which they provide solutions - complete with sample code and working examples - they show you how to write hybrid programs and build real-world systems using CORBA and COM; partition application designs to get the most out of both technologies; write COM and Visual Basic clients that use CORBA servers; use design patterns to avoid or fix common COM/CORBA programming traps; build reusable ActiveX controls for CORBA objects; and use Web browswers to access CORBA objects.
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Introduces programmers and software architects to using two of the distributed object systems most utilized on computer networks. Topics covered include interworking architecture, basic mappings, complex data types, bidirectional integration, and building an ActiveX control. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780471198277
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 9/29/1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 7.49 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 0.79 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1 Introduction 1
Ch. 2 COM and CORBA Together: A Simple Example 11
Ch. 3 Interworking Architecture 27
Ch. 4 Basic Mappings 67
Ch. 5 Complex Data Types 89
Ch. 6 COM Data Type Mappings 121
Ch. 7 Integrating COM and CORBA 145
Ch. 8 Exceptions 183
Ch. 9 Bidirectional Integration 217
Ch. 10 Building an ActiveX Control 251
Ch. 11 Using COM/CORBA Bridges in Distributed Systems 287
Ch. 12 Conclusions and Futures 311
Recommended Readings 319
Index 321
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