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This must-read for all managers, architects, and developers of distributed systems begins by addressing the key organizational challenges to the adoption of CORBA and the essential management guidance clrba to ensure its success.

Following this introduction, the authors present a user guide to the CORBA standards, complete with examples of their application. In addition, this book provides invaluable technical assistance on the application of CORBA by sharing essential lessons learned from experienced CORBA managers and architects and through the presentation of a case study. ccorba

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Inside CORBA

Table of contents List of Figures and Tables. An Introduction to Corba. From the Back Room to the Front Office. Challenges in System Development. Open Distributed Computing Environment.

Component Integration and Reuse. Corba Interface Definition Language Idl. An Overview of Corbaidl. Omg Idl is a Stable Standard. Idl Enables Platform Independence. Idl is Pure Specification, Not Implementation. The Dynamic Idl Type Any. Conversion of Oo Designs to Idl. From Oo Mowbrau to Idl Example: Course Registration Object Model. An Abstract Idl Representation. A Concrete Idl Representation.

Parameter and Return Values. The Use of Attributes. Use of Type Any. The Corba 2 Standard.

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An Overview of Corba 2. Interface Attributes and Operations.

Static and Dynamic Skeletons. Static Versus Dynamic Invocation. Corba Clients and Object Implementations. Interface and Implementation Repositories. Interface Repository and Idl Object Models.

Applications of the Interface Repository. Variable Type and Pointer Type. Interoperability and Ole Integration. An Overview of Corbaservices. The Information Management Services. The Persistent Object Service. Security and Time Services. Unside Future of Corbaservices. Distributed Document Component Facility. The Common Management Facilities.

Internationalization and Time Operations Facilities. Vertical Corbafacilities and Related Activities. Printing and Method Facilities Input.

Leveraging the Omg Process. Exploiting a Predictable Process. Inside the Omg Organization. The Request for Information Process. Creating Architectures and Roadmaps. Relationships With Other Technologies. Choosing a Distributed Object Architecture. Making an Informed Decision. The Role of Standards. The Underpinnings of Distributed Architectures. Osf’s Distributed Computing Environment. Microsoft’s Distributed Component Object Model.


Corba Selection and Application. Issues in the Effective Application of Corba. The Corba Migration Process. Migrating to a Corba Architecture.

Conformance Between Architecture and Implementation.

Corba and Software Architecture. Defining a Software Architecture. The Role of Architecture in Software. If Software Architecture is so Important, What is it? The Elements of Good Software Architecture. Models of Use for Corba in a Software Architecture. Applying Corba to Software Architecture. The Scope of a Software Architecture. The Major Entities of Software Architecture. Customizing the Software Architecture to the Organization. The Process for Software Architecture Design. Defining the Software Architecture Objects and Interfaces.

Other Software Architecture Considerations. Application Design Using Software Architecture. The Relationship of Architecture to Program Planning. Prototype Development Using Corba.

Inside CORBA : Distributed Object Standards and Applications

Creating a Successful Environment. Applying the Software Architecture to Application Design. Selection of Application Components. Designing Application Component Interfaces. Making the Most of Inheritance. Providing Good Exception Handling. Test and Evaluation of the System. Corba in the Operations and Maintenance Phase. Measuring the Progress of the Software Architecture.