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What is the difference between CORBA-IIOP, RMI-IIOP, RMI-JRMP?
My understanding in Short
CORBA-IIOP: PLatform and language independent technology for distrbuted communication mechanism/protocol.
RMI-IIOP: Java implementation of CORBA-IIOP that abides by the Java RMI API.
RMI-JRMP: Pure Java implementation of RMI API for distributed communication.
Then what about CORBA IDL and Java IDL? Same as IIOP, just to be replaced with Interface Definition Language?
I am expecting some good wordings and short briefs, if possible.
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