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Programming WebLogic RMI over IIOP

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Overview of RMI over IIOP

What Are RMI and RMI over IIOP?

Overview of WebLogic RMI-IIOP

Support for RMI-IIOP with RMI (Java) Clients

Support for RMI-IIOP with Tuxedo Client

Support for RMI-IIOP with CORBA/IDL Clients

Protocol Compatibility

Server-to-Server Interoperability

Client-to-Server Interoperability

Using RMI over IIOP Programming Models to Develop Applications

Overview of RMI-IIOP Programming Models

Client Types and Features

ORB Implementation

Using a Foreign ORB

Using a Foreign RMI-IIOP Implementation

Developing a Client

Developing a J2SE Client

When to Use a J2SE Client

Procedure for Developing J2SE Client

Developing a J2EE Application Client (Thin Client)

Procedure for Developing J2EE Application Client (Thin Client)

Developing Security-Aware Clients

Developing Clients that Use JAAS

Thin-client Restrictions for JAAS

Developing Clients that use SSL

Thin-client Restrictions for SSL

Security Code Examples

Developing a WLS-IIOP Client

Developing a CORBA/IDL Client

Guidelines for Developing a CORBA/IDL Client

Working with CORBA/IDL Clients

Java to IDL Mapping


Procedure for Developing a CORBA/IDL Client

Developing a WebLogic C++ Client for the Tuxedo 8.1 ORB

When to Use a WebLogic C++ Client

How the WebLogic C++ Client works

Developing WebLogic C++ Clients

WebLogic C++ Client Limitations

WebLogic C++ Client Code Samples

RMI-IIOP Applications Using WebLogic Tuxedo Connector

When to Use WebLogic Tuxedo Connector

How the WebLogic Tuxedo Connector Works

WebLogic Tuxedo Connector Code Samples

Using the CORBA API

Supporting Outbound CORBA Calls

Using the WebLogic ORB Hosted in JNDI


Direct ORB creation

Using JNDI

Supporting Inbound CORBA Calls

Limitation When Using the CORBA API

Using EJBs with RMI-IIOP

Code Examples

Packaged IIOP Examples

Additional IIOP Examples

RMI-IIOP and the RMI Object Lifecycle

Configuring WebLogic Server for RMI-IIOP

Set the Listening Address

Setting Network Channel Addresses

Considerations for Proxys and Firewalls

Considerations for Clients with Multiple Connections

Using RMI-IIOP with SSL and a Java Client

Using a IIOPS Thin Client Proxy

Accessing WebLogic Server Objects from a CORBA Client through Delegation

Overview of Delegation

Example of Delegation

Using RMI over IIOP with a Hardware LoadBalancer

Limitations of WebLogic RMI-IIOP

Limitations Using RMI-IIOP on the Client

Limitations Developing Java IDL Clients

Limitations of Passing Objects by Value

Propagating Client Identity

RMI-IIOP Code Examples Package

Additional Resources

CORBA Support for WebLogic Server 8.1

Specification References

Supported Specification Details


Other Compatibility Information


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