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Hello

i want to be familiar with the corba technologie and the ORB OpenORB (java), i need an example (or tutorial ) of a small or medium application (to be build) that uses CORBA with java, i didn't understood the interaction between the multiple CORBA components while a client/server transaction.

i've seen the documentation on the website www.omg.org , but there is no concrete example of full application.
if you have a good free e-book or a good tutorial explaining how to use these technologie please help me

thank you.
 
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Hi, Jad,

I remember that Deitel&Deitel book "Advanced Java 2 Platform How to Program" had some examples of using CORBA. You can try to find that book (e- or paper-).

Good luck
 
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Try this
http://www.ciaranmchale.com/corba-explained-simply/
You can use JacORB it has support for SSL
 
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