Author: Robert Orfali & Dan HarkeyPublish On: 2007-05
About The Book: The hot topic at this year's JavaOne conference was Java/CORBA programming and JavaBeans. The first edition of this book was the bestseller at the conference.
Author: Robert Orfali & Dan Harkey
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Market_Desc: · Programmers· Developers· Students in Graduate level Object or Java Courses Special Features: · Authors--Proven track record on this topic, they established themselves as the leaders in this area.· A lot of new technology about Java and CORBA is hitting at the end of 1997--perfect timing for an update of the book. About The Book: The hot topic at this year's JavaOne conference was Java/CORBA programming and JavaBeans. The first edition of this book was the bestseller at the conference. Most of the new tools and products surrounding Java development will be CORBA-based. These tools are expected to ship by year's end. Tools for JavaBeans are also expected to ship by year's end. It's a perfect time to update one of our most successful programming books for these new products.Our authors are in the thick of everyone's development plans for Java and CORBA. JavaSoft and Sun are paying them to consult on JavaBeans, Netscape and Oracle are wining and dining them about their CORBA expertise, Symantec has asked them to consult on the next version of Visual Café, and both IBM and Microsoft are asking for their help on formulating their Java strategy.In addition to their consulting services which gives them the inside scoop, they also run a million $ lab at San Jose State where they are early beta testers on a lot of the tools and products discussed in the book. This inside knowledge will allow them to write the definitive book on programming with Java and CORBA.
Whether you're a seasoned Java programmer, a distributed objects expert, or looking to be a little of both, this Second Edition of the enormously popular Client/Server Programming with Java and CORBA gives you the programming know-how you ...
Author: Robert Orfali
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
CORBA and JavaBeans are merging in cyberspace. Here's your completely updated guide to navigating this previously uncharted territory. Whether you're a seasoned Java programmer, a distributed objects expert, or looking to be a little of both, this Second Edition of the enormously popular Client/Server Programming with Java and CORBA gives you the programming know-how you need to combine these two technologies into workable client/server solutions for the Object Web. Full of working code, tutorials, and design trade-offs, this one-of-a-kind book: * Includes over 250 new pages on JavaBeans, CORBA Beans, and Enterprise JavaBeans. Shows you how to invoke CORBA objects from JavaBeans tools such as Visual Cafe, JBuilder, and Visual Age for Java * Covers everything from simple ORB programming to exciting new areas such as CORBA 3.0's POA, Object Pass-by-Value, IDL-to-Java, and RMI-to-IIOP * Uses tutorials and client/server benchmarks to compare CORBA and its competitors including Java/RMI, Java/DCOM, Sockets, HTTP/CGI, and Servlets * Covers in detail Netscape's ORB: VisiBroker for Java 3.X; it shows you how to use Caffeine to write CORBA/Java applications without IDL * Provides a Debit-Credit benchmark for JDBC databases to compare 2-tier vs. 3-tier client/server solutions * Provides a JavaBeans version of Club Med-a Web-based, 3-tier client/server application that uses CORBA, Java, and JDBC * Shows how to use CORBA's dynamic facilities such as callbacks, dynamic invocations, object introspection, and the interface repository * Comes with a CD-ROM containing over 16 Java-based client/server applications (and other goodies). They have written numerous bestselling books including Instant CORBA,The Essential Client/Server Survival Guide, Second Edition, and The Distributed Objects Survival Guide. The two Survival Guides both won the prestigious Software Development/Jolt Award for best computer books. Visit our website at www.wiley.com/compbooks/
Here's a glimpse of the skills you can master with CORBA For Dummies: Working with ORBs (Object Request Brokers), the cornerstones of CORBA Creating a client and a server object, in both C++ and Java, that communicate via an ORB Developing ...
Author: John Schettino
Publisher: For Dummies
Create powerful applications in a variety of different programming environments -- including Visual C++, C++Builder, Visual J++, and more -- with CORBA, an all-in-one solution to cross-platform, distributed client/server programming. CORBA stands for Common Object Request Broker Architecture, central to the world of distributed heterogeneous object-oriented computing...and that's about as complicated and technical as CORBA For Dummies gets. CORBA makes it easier than ever to create software that runs as clients and servers and to run them on different machines connected by a network or the Internet. Here's a glimpse of the skills you can master with CORBA For Dummies: Working with ORBs (Object Request Brokers), the cornerstones of CORBA Creating a client and a server object, in both C++ and Java, that communicate via an ORB Developing Beans for CORBA Saving time by using CORBAservices Building a bridge between CORBA and DCOM applications Making the most of the new Visual development environment for all the latest CORBA and Java tools This essential survival guide to CORBA (which covers Version 3 as well as earlier versions) also comes with a CD-ROM packed with valuable software and programming tools, including the JavaBeans Development Kit, JDK 1.1.6, and demo versions of several Web evaluation tools, plus all the code you find inside the book.
Bob Orfali wrote the book — actually several of them — on Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA). But not only has he coauthored books such as Client/Server Programming with Java and CORBA and Instant CORBA, ...
For more than 20 years, Network World has been the premier provider of information, intelligence and insight for network and IT executives responsible for the digital nervous systems of large organizations. Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems their companies use to support everything from business critical applications to employee collaboration and electronic commerce.
CORBA and Friends RMI isn't the final word in distributed object systems . ... http://www.omg.org/corba/beginners.html The CORBA FAQ list http://www.cerfnet.com/~mpcline/Corba-FAQ/ Client / Server Programming with Java and CORBA By Dan ...
Author: Elliotte Rusty Harold
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
A guide to developing network programs covers networking fundamentals as well as TCP and UDP sockets, multicasting protocol, content handlers, servlets, I/O, parsing, Java Mail API, and Java Secure Sockets Extension.
Author: Vijaykumar NatarajanPublish On: 2001-05-29
For more information on CORBA, check out Client/Server Programming with Java and CORBA by Robert Orfali and Dan Harkey (Wiley, 1998). Our intent here is to give readers a quick description of the terminology and functional areas ...
Author: Vijaykumar Natarajan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The only book you need for programming VisiBroker using Java The most widely used commercial implementation of the CORBA standard, Inprise's VisiBroker, is used by hundreds of thousands of developers worldwide. Written by a team of Inprise insiders, this updated and expanded Second Edition of the #1 guide to programming VisiBroker helps Java developers quickly master the skills they need to develop more powerful and sophisticated distributed, object-oriented, client/server systems, from scratch or with existing components using VisiBroker 4. New topics covered in this edition include migrating VisiBroker 3 to version 4; the Portable Object Adaptor; implementing the Objects by Value feature; the VisiBroker Interface Repository; Dynamic Programming APIs for use with scripting; and more. CD-ROM contains VisiBroker for Java 4, VisiBroker Naming and Event Services, and complete code for all examples in the book.
All Permission ; } ; Put all Java files inside a folder and execute the following commands from inside that folder . start ... R. Orfali and D. Harkey ( 1998 ) , Client - Server Programming with Java and CORBA ( John Wiley & Sons ) .
Author: Kumkum Garg
Publisher: Pearson Education India
Category: Mobile computing
"The book covers all basic concepts of mobile computing and communication and also deals with latest concepts like Bluetooth Security and Nokia Handhelds"--Resource description page.