Common object request broker architecture; Object request broker
The CORBA standard specifies a platform-independent and programming language-independent architecture and a set of APIs to simplify distributed application development. The central idea in CORBA is to decouple the interface from the implementation. Applications that provide services declare their interfaces and operations in the Interface Description Language (IDL). IDL compilers read these definitions and synthesize client-side stubs and server-side skeletons, which provide data marshaling and proxy capabilities.
CORBA provides both a type-safe RPC-style object communication paradigm called the Static Invocation Interface (SII) and a more dynamic form of communication called the Dynamic Invocation Interface (DII), which allows creation and...
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