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Final Configuration of CORBA Using VisiBroker


The following topics describe tasks to finalize configuration and running of CORBA using VisiBroker.

Command-Line Syntax

The Siebel CORBA Object Manager for VisiBroker is implemented in the executable ssomvisi.exe, which is a normal console mode application and is located in the SIEBEL_ROOT\corbaom\bin directory. The command-line syntax used to invoke ssomvisi is as follows:

ssomvisi /n objname /c configfile /d datasource /l language [/b bindname [/x context] [otherarg ...]

where:

objname is the object name assigned to the SiebelAppFactory object.

configfile is the name of the configuration file. This may be a filename (in which case the file must reside in the language subdirectory of the \BIN directory) or a full pathname.

datasource is the name of the data source defined in the configuration file to which the Siebel CORBA Object Manager should connect.

language is the language code in which the Siebel CORBA Object Manager operates; for example, ENU for U.S. English.

bindname is an optional argument that defines the stringified name to bind to the SiebelAppFactory object in the CORBA naming service.

context is an optional argument that defines the stringified name that defines the CORBA naming service naming-context in which the bindname appears. This argument and the /x option are only meaningful when the /b option is also present.

otherarg is an optional argument that represents arguments passed directly to the VisiBroker ORB during initialization. Specifically, you may need to specify the -ORBInit parameter when using the CORBA naming service. For more information, see the VisiBroker documentation.


 Siebel Server Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows 
 Published: 25 June 2003