Java IDL Code Samples

   
IDL Code Samples

Java IDL is a CORBA-compliant technology for distributed objects that lets objects interact regardless of whether they are written in the Java programming language or another language.

CORBA Hello World Example
  • HelloApplet.java is a CORBA Hello World applet. For supporting information see The Java Tutorial Continued: Java IDL.
  • HelloClient.java is a CORBA Hello World application. For supporting information see The Java Tutorial Continued: Java IDL.
  • HelloServer.java is a CORBA transient server. For supporting information see The Java Tutorial Continued: Java IDL.
  • Hello StringifiedClient.java is a client that access the stringified object created by HelloStri ngifiedServer.java For supporting information see The Java Tutorial Continued: Java IDL.
  • Hello StringifiedServer.java creates and stores a reference to a stringified object so a client can access it. The reference is written to the disk in the form of a text file. A stringified object is used when no naming service is available in the distributed environment. For supporting information see The Java Tutorial Continued: Java IDL.
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