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I have asked similar question before.
We are using perl client to access corba server in my project
The corba server produces a ref file (probably a stringized object) which we have to copy manually to the machine which uses the server apart from stub and interface (idl file and we use a tool idl2perl for producing pl files).
why is this file needed as we dont need any such thing in RMI ?
is it always needed if we want to access corba server ??
what if i use a java client ??
Even ejb server uses Rmi-iiop protocol so that any corba client can use ejb service , so how does this ref file come into picture in that case ??
thanx in advance !
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