Preliminaries.- Concepts of the CORBA Standard.- to the Interface Definition Language.- IDL to Java Mapping.- Important Elements of the ORB Runtime.- A First Example.- Generating Remote Objects.- Alternatives for Designing IDL Interfaces.- Inheritance and Polymorphism.- Implementing Distributed Callbacks.- Utilizing Value Types.- Utilizing Interfaces of the DynamicAny Module.- Dynamic Invocation Interface.- Dynamic Skeleton Interface.- Implementing Different POAs.- CORBA's Naming Service.- CORBA's Event Service.
The Guide to Programming in Java and CORBA
From the reviews of the first edition:
"The main attractive feature of this book resides from ... providing a rather complete, compelling and self-explanatory presentation of the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) standard for distributed computing. ... the book, is undoubtedly, remarkably useful to professional software developers, particularly for people involved in building networked systems. ... the style is outstanding ... . The book is self-contained ... . The authors give a long series of illustrative examples to facilitate the understanding of different concepts ... ." (Tudor Balanescu, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1087, 2006)