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You have a distributed system that is not made up entirely of Java objects (some of them are CORBA.) What j2ee technologyshould you use in this situation?
RMI-iiop
jms-jni
corba
Rewrite the objects so the system in entirely Java based
my answer was rmi-iiop but the answer was corba. Though they agree rmi-iiop was a right answer since there are some corba objects they say corba is appropriate.According to the question what j2ee technology should you use.Is corba a j2ee technology?
 
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corba is a complete set of standard. RMI-IIOP, HTTP-IIOP are part of the picture. Since it is not specified what kind of technology, so Corba is a better answer.
 
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