Abstract: Tutorial and working C, c++, and Smalltalk code is illustrated for eight different CORBA environments.
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Title: CORBA Fundamentals and Programming
Author: Jon Siegel
Editor: Jon Siegel
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
Date Published: April 1996
ISBN: 0471121487
LOCN: QA76.64.S52 1996
Dewey: 005.1 20
Pages: 693
Bibliography: 36
Figures: 54
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Chapter 1: Introducing CORBA

Chapter 2: Technical Overview

Chapter 3: Introducing OMB IDL

Chapter 4: Understanding the ORB, Part 1: Client Side

Chapter 5: Understanding the ORB, Part 2: Object Implementation Side

Chapter 6: CORBA Interoperability

Chapter 7: Language Mappings, Part 1: C

Chapter 8: Language Mappings, Part 2: C++

Chapter 9: Language Mappings, Part 3: Smalltalk

Chapter 10: CORBAservices, Part 1: Lifecycle and Relationship Services

Chapter 11: CORBAservices, Part 2: Persistent Object and Externalization Services

Chapter 12: CORBAservices, Part 3: Naming and Trader Services

Chapter 13: CORBAservices, Part 4: Event Service

Chapter 14: CORBAservices, Part 5: Transaction and Concurrency Services

Chapter 15: CORBAservices, Part 6: Property and Query Services

Chapter 16: CORBAservices, Part 7: Security and Licensing Services

Chapter 17: The CORBAfacilities

Chapter 18: The Tutorial Example: Overview and Scenario

Chapter 19: The Tutorial Example: Analysis and Design

Chapter 20: ORB Products: C Language Mapping

Chapter 21: ORB Products: C++ Language Mapping

Chapter 22: ORB Product: Smalltalk Language Mapping

Chapter 23: Coding and Compiling the IDL

Chapter 24: Coding the Depot: Overview and C Language Coding

Chapter 25: Coding the Depot in C++

Chapter 26: Coding the Depot: Overview and Smalltalk Language Coding

Chapter 27: Coding the Store in C

Chapter 28: Coding the Store in C++

Chapter 29: Coding the Store in Smalltalk

Chapter 30: Coding the POS in C

Chapter 31: Coding the POS in C++

Chapter 32: Coding the POS in Smalltalk

Chapter 33: Running the Example

Appendix A: Contacts and References

Appendix B: IDL Types


Author:        Siegel, Jon.
Title:         CORBA fundamentals and programming / written and
                  edited by Jon Siegel.
Published:     New York : Wiley, c1996.
Description:   xxvi, 693 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer disk (3
                  1/2 in.)
LC Call No.:   QA76.64.S52 1996
Dewey No.:     005.1 20
ISBN:          0471121487 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references (p. 673-679)
                  and index.
Subjects:      CORBA (Computer architecture)
               Object-oriented programming (Computer science)
Control No.:   95048351 //r97


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