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CORBA Programming



Describes the tools, commands, services, and components that are central to developing CORBA applications that run in the BEA Tuxedo environment.

Describes the steps involved in developing, building, and running CORBA applications in the BEA Tuxedo environment.

Explains how CORBA C++ client applications access CORBA server applications and describes advanced client programming techniques such as Dynamic Invocation Interface (DII) and events.

Explains how to create scalable, high-performance CORBA server applications using the BEA Tuxedo software.

Provides an introduction to the concepts associated with the CORBA security features, a description of how to secure your CORBA applications using the security features, and a guide to the use of the APIs in the CORBA security service.

Explains how to use transactions in CORBA applications.

Defines the concepts associated with using the CORBA Notification service and describes the development process for CORBA applications that use events. In addition, instructions for building and running the Notification sample applications and descriptions of the Notification Service APIs and administrative tasks are included in this topic.

Introduces the features and concepts of the name service, describes the commands and APIs for the name service, and details the administration and programming tasks required when using the name service with a CORBA application. In additon, a sample application that stores and retrieves object references in a namespace is included.

Explains how to build and deploy CORBA joint client/server applications. Joint client/server applications allow you to use callback objects to handle invocations from other CORBA objects.

Decribes how to use request-level inteceptors in CORBA applications and documents the request-level interceptor API. Using request-level interceptors is an advanced CORBA programming feature.

Creating CORBA Client Applications

Creating CORBA Server Applications

Using Security in CORBA Applications

Using CORBA Transactions

Using the CORBA Notification Service

Using the CORBA Name Service

Using CORBA Server-to-Server Communication

Using CORBA Request-Level Interceptors