Distributed Object Architectures with CORBA (SIGS: Managing by Henry Balen

By Henry Balen

Dispensed item Architectures with CORBA is a consultant to making a software program structure comprising dispensed elements. whereas it's in keeping with OMG's universal item Request dealer structure (CORBA) regular, the rules additionally observe to structure equipped with different know-how (such as Microsoft's DCOM). As ORB items evolve to include new additions to CORBA, the information and adventure required to construct strong and scalable platforms isn't really frequent. With this booklet the reader can advance the talents and information that's beneficial for development such platforms. The publication assumes a familiarity with object-oriented strategies and the fundamentals of CORBA. software program builders who're new to development platforms with CORBA-based applied sciences will locate this publication an invaluable advisor to powerful improvement.

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The models developed at each phase of the project represent an abstraction of a real-world problem. This abstraction provides us with a vocabulary, in object-oriented terms, of the system we are developing and help with the production of code. Different methodologies have used various names to describe the various models. This book doesn't aim to provide a methodology, but rather to help you with the production of a distributed system. Typically, the output of the analysis and design stages of the project life cycle is the conceptual model of the system.

We still provide a distributed object model. We should be cognizant, however, of the limitations as well as the capabilities of the technologies that we use, including the network and the ORB infrastructure. We will see in the next chapter that the granularity of our IDL interfaces will also affect the performance of the system that we are implementing: the more fine-grained the distributed interface, the more network overhead. Now, some would argue that as networks improve and that fiber optics become more prevalent, this will no longer be an issue.

D. Harkey, and J. Edwards. The Distributed Objects Survival Guide. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1996. Meyer, Bertrand. Object-Oriented Software Construction. 2nd Edition, Hemel Hempstead, UK: Prentice Hall, 1997. org—here you can find the CORBA specification and the current work of the OMG. Notes 1. In America, the accelerator is the gas pedal. This shows that the use of terminology in your object model is important. Use terms and words that are common parlance for the domain that you are modeling.

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