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CORBA Topics

BEA Tuxedo lets you build CORBA C++applications that combine the best features of an Object Request Broker (ORB), distributed objects and transaction processing technology. The applications have the advantage of a CORBA-compliant programming model, combined with a powerful and robust Application-to-Transaction Monitor Interface (ATMI) infrastructure. The information presented here is designed to help you get started, develop CORBA applications, administer your systems, and find detailed reference descriptions.

  • Getting Started

    Presents an overview of the CORBA environment in the BEA Tuxedo product and describes the process of developing CORBA applications using the BEA Tuxedo software.

  • Programming

    Provides links to topics that describe how to enhance basic CORBA applications with features such as security, naming, and events.

  • Administration

    Explains how to perform the administration tasks associated with building and running CORBA applications.

  • Reference

    Provides links to reference information about the Object Management Group (OMG) Interface Definition Language (IDL), the mapping of OMG IDL to C++, the Implementation Configuration File (ICF), the TP framework application programming interface (API), the Bootstrap object, the CORBA API, Server-side mapping, and other APIs. In addition, links to the descriptions of the commands, system processes, and MIBs used by CORBA applications are included.

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  • Sample Applications

    Provides links to the CORBA sample applications which demonstrate the CORBA features in the BEA Tuxedo product.

  • System Messages

    Documents the system message catalogs for the CORBA and ATMI components.