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COM/DCOM .net and CORBA

 
Sami Casab
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Hi:
I posted two similar but difernt questions in the EJB and Java Forum. I am searching information about why Distribuited programing with Java specially using CORBA is a better solution that Microsft DCOM Solution. Is important to keep in mind that a Corba Brooker is arround 2500 USD and DCOM is free.
Im also searching information about .net comparating Java tecnologies.
Any tip, personal experience, or comment will be appreciated.
Thanks in advace.
[ February 12, 2002: Message edited by: Sami Casab ]
 
Michael Ernest
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Hi Sami -
The usual top two arguments:
M$/DCOM binds your solution to one platform, one architecture. If you don't consider any other platform to be important, this is not a handicap.
Security in the DCOM model is inherently flawed. If your programs won't be hacked, your data never exposed, or your process power never intentionally misused, this again is not a problem.
 
Sami Casab
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Thanks for your help. Im too interesed in the Dcom security holes. Do you have any document, link or source where i can find more details about this?
Thanks in advance.
 
Laojar Chuger
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A very interesting point from .Net documentation is that there is not a language called Java in this world. .Net bounds you not only M$ op system but also M$ server and many other more.
[ February 13, 2002: Message edited by: Laojar Chuger ]
 
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