How to Configure Apache/Tomcat4.0 for CORBA server communications?
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Posted By:   Anonymous
Posted On:   Saturday, October 9, 2004 03:34 AM

Hi,


I have servlets ,Jsp, corba and tuxedo servers.

I have to Use Apache/Tomcat for servlets to communicate with CORBA servers.Is this possible with Apache/Tomcat?If it is Can anyone tell how to configure?




2)Can BEA JOlt be used with Apache/Tomcat for communicating with CORBA and tuxedo servers?

Re: How to Configure Apache/Tomcat4.0 for CORBA server communications?

Posted By:   Anonymous  
Posted On:   Friday, December 3, 2004 09:10 AM

I have to Use Apache/Tomcat for servlets to communicate with CORBA servers.Is this possible with Apache/Tomcat?If it is Can anyone tell how to configure?


Yes, you can, that's what the interoperability of CORBA is about (well, in theory). You'll need to define an idl and compile that for your Corba servers, and then compile it for your Java client, using either the Sun's compiler, or something like JacORB etc. Then you need to write the client code to get an object reference to the objects you wish to talk to, which depends on whether you are using a name service, or you need to use stringified object references. There are some good tutorials at java.sun.

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