Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.

Re: Where is CORBA?

Author:michael j lawley
Posted:9/28/1999; 6:34:29 AM
Topic:Where is CORBA?
Msg #:11517 (In response to 11510)
Prev/Next:11516 / 11518

And CORBA doesn't need to be 'baked in' to MacOS or Windows - it lives in userland. Sure, it'd be nice (maybe) if they shipped with a Nameserver and maybe a few of the other standard services (Trader and Notifications, not to mention OTS), but for the level of app that things like XML-RPC and SOAP target, all you need is an IDL compiler and the appropriate libraries to link with. Sun's JVM ships with these by default. In fact, they should be in every copy of Netscape (look at the URL about: for the Visigenic logo).

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