Abstract: How to use Java and CORBA to implement distributed objects on an object web.
Keywords: book review, internet, programming, java computer program language, CORBA computer architecture, distributed objects, ORB, client/server computing.
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Title: Client/Server Programming with Java and CORBA
Author: Robert Orfali, Dan Harkey
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
Date Published: February 1997
ISBN: 0471163511
LOCN: QA76.9.C55O73 1997
Dewey: 005.2/762 21
Pages: 658
Bibliography: 21
Figures: 179
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Part I: CORBA Meets Java

Chapter 1: Client/Server, CORBA-Style

Chapter 2: Client/Server, Java-Style

Chapter 3: Clint/Server, CORBA/Java-Style

Chapter 4: Meet the CORBA/Java ORBs

Part II: Core CORBA/Java

Chapter 5: Your First CORBA Program

Chapter 6: ORBlets Meet Applets

Chapter 7: Java ORBs Meet C++ ORBs

Part III: The Dynamic CORBA

Chapter 8: The Dynamic Count

Chapter 9: MultiCount: The Jazzed-Up Count

Part IV: CORBA and Its Competitors

Chapter 10: Sockets Versus Java/CORBA ORBs

Chapter 11: HTTP/CGI Versus Java/CORBA ORBs

Chapter 12: RMI Versus Java/CORBA ORBs

Chapter 13: Caffeine: The 'Pure' Java/CORBA ORB

Chapter 14: DCOM Versus Java/CORBA ORBs

Chapter 15: And the Winner Is...

Part V: The Existential CORBA

Chapter 16: How Do I Find My ORB?

Chapter 17: Who Activates My Objects?

Chapter 18: Metadata: Who Am I?

Chapter 19: The Introspective CORBA/Java Object

Part VI: JDBC 2-Tier Versus 3-Tier

Chapter 20: JDBC Primer

Chapter 21: The JDBC Debit-Credit Benchmark

Chapter 22: 2-Tier Debit-Credit with JDBC

Chapter 23: 3-Tier Debit-Credit with JDBC and CORBA

Part VII: The Grand Finale: CORBA/Java Club Med

Chapter 24: The Club Med 3-Tier Client/Server

Chapter 25: The Club Med Client Applet

Chapter 26: The Club Med Server

Chapter 27: CORBA/Java: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly


Author:        Orfali, Robert
Title:         Client/server programming with Java and CORBA /
                  Robert Orfali, Dan Harkey.
Published:     New York : Wiley Computer Pub., c1997.
Description:   xxv, 657 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer laser
                  optical disc (4 3/ in.)
LC Call No.:   QA76.9.C55O73 1997
Dewey No.:     005.2/762 21
ISBN:          0471163511 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Notes:         Includes index.
Subjects:      Client/server computing.
               Java (Computer program language)
               CORBA (Computer architecture)
Other authors: Harkey, Dan.
Control No.:   96036936 


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