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The complete solution for Windows/UNIX/MVS/Web integration!
Authors are among the world's leading experts in COM-CORBA integration and were co-authors of the OMG COM/CORBA interworking specification
Practical, real-world explanations of both COM/DCOM and CORBA
Perfect for both experienced and new developers of distributed software
Integrate Microsoft's COM/DCOM and CORBA distributed objects-step by step!
To make distributed objects work in a heterogeneous environment, developers must bridge the gap between Microsoft's Common Object Model (COM) and the industry Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) standard. COM-CORBA Interoperability is the first complete, up-to-date guide to linking COM/DCOM and CORBA.
You'll start with easy-to-understand explanations of COM and CORBA that explode the myth of complexity that surrounds distributed object technology. Next, COM-CORBA Interoperability presents step-by-step coverage of how to build a working, scalable, and transparent COM/CORBA system that integrates Windows and the world's most popular platforms.
As developers who built the industry's #1 COM-CORBA integration software, the authors are among the world's top experts in the field. With COM-CORBA Interoperability, you can leverage their expertise to build the distributed, Web-based, enterprise-wide applications today's leading-edge companies are clamoring for!
The accompanying CD-ROM contains full source code for a working application that is referenced throughout the book, code for all examples, plus evaluation copies of Orbix for C++, Orbix COM and OrbixWEB 3.0, the industry's leading COM/CORBA integration products. With OrbixWEB, you can develop fully-functional CORBA Server applications for deployment anywhere on the Internet. And with Orbix COMet, you can develop CORBA client-side software using VB, PowerBuilder, Microsoft ASPs, or any COM or OLE Automation-aware environment!About the Author:
Sean Joyce, Ronan Geraghty and Thomas Moriartyare members of the Microsoft Technologies group at IONA Technologies in Cambridge, MA and Dublin, Ireland. This group has been driving the development of COM-CORBA interoperability tools since 1995.
Gary Nooneis Technical Director of Ocean Software, a firm that provides technical guidance and prebuilt solutions for distributed computing.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130962775
Book Description Prentice Hall, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0130962775
Book Description Prentice Hall, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-005-57-0227100