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EJB,RMI,CORBA

 
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WHAT ARE THE MAIN ARCHITECTURAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
EJB,CORBA,RMI ???
 
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Originally posted by PRITAM POTNIS:
WHAT ARE THE MAIN ARCHITECTURAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
EJB,CORBA,RMI ???


EJB is a specification for writing software (in java) that is container independent. IE if I write some EJBs, they can be deployed on any app server that runs EJBs. EJBs are also components that can be bought and sold like regular javabeans.
CORBA is a language/platform independent spec used to pass objects across the network and between different apps.
RMI is a java only spec for passing objects between a client and server. RMI is kinda like RPC.
Hope this helps.
David
 
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