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Relation between EJB and CORBA

 
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Hi,

I'm confused as to the relation between EJB and CORBA. Some books I've read say that CORBA is used to implement the underlying RMI protocol in EJB while others say it is an alternative to EJB.

Could someone please clarify.

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IIOP Is the protocol used by CORBA.EJB uses RMI over IIOP protocol.
So Corba Clients can talk to EJB using IIOP.Thats all it means.
 
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