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CORBA Orbd error

 
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Hi everyone,

I am trying to develop a simple Remote administrating tool using Corba. But when I try to execute the program, it gives me errors. I have provided the source code of my Server.java file and the error I get.

In this code I am starting the orbd program using . That's the line I get error. So I tried to start the orbd manually in the command prompt. But still gets the same error.

Server.java


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You are truly a brave person. I took on a CORBA project about 5 years ago, but by then CORBA had almost died. It was an interesting concept, but the original design wasn't Internet-friendly, and it was supplanted first by SOAP, then by AJAX. CORBA used to be used internally to manage the desktop on Linux systems, but they replaced it with dbus.

We do have a forum for CORBA questions, though. I'll move your question there.
 
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