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JavaRanch is giving away four copies of the software "CORBA@Whiz -


Hey does anyone know anything about this Corba@Whiz software whats it like cost requirements etc?
 
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Ian,
CORBAWhiz is a tutorial cum test engine for corba. A short and crispy tutorial with test engine consisting of questions with explainations.
You can get full details from their site : http://www.whizlabs.com/jwhiz
HTH
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How many questions in total? How about the market value of this SW?
 
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Originally posted by Lee Xu:
How many questions in total? How about the market value of this SW?


Hi, Lee
So far CORBA is the only multi-platform, multi-language solution for systems integration. CORBA market exists in from real-time & embedded systems to the large, mission-critical systems.
However, CORBA is somewhat complicated, and CORBA is not suitable for all requirements. It is likely to be appropriate when a distributed system must be created to link different platforms, programs written in different languages, or legacy systems and data stores. Size, complexity, and a need for security and high performance are also indicators.
CORBA may be inappropriate if the system is limited to a single computer, a single language, or even a single operating system -- especially if an all-Microsoft solution is envisaged. It may also be unsuitable if the software is "throwaway," or if the assigned developers lack the ability or experience to use it effectively.
 
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Doug,
Thank you for your detailed expl. I heard that Corba was popular during last two years, and now is down-trend. It that true?
Thank
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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