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GIOP

(General Inter-Orb Protocol) The protocol used by CORBA to communicate between ORBs. GIOP defines the messages and format that are passed over the ORB between the client and the object. GIOP is a high-level protocol that rides on top of a transport protocol such as TCP/IP. The combination of GIOP running on TCP/IP is IIOP. See IIOP and CORBA.
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Distribution: The protocol content specification GIOP and its mapping to TCP/IP, IIOP [2]; alternative mappings and protocols; extensions to messaging and asynchronous invocation semantics [6];
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Finally, ORB Interoperability is discussed, including the importance of IOR and GIOP, and the mappings to IIOP and ESIOPs.
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Expersoft will be among the first vendors to deliver a commercial UNO implementation to the marketplace, and the GIOP (General Inter-ORB Protocol) component of the new CORBA 2.
The GIOP protocol component, primarily developed by Expersoft, was derived from Expersoft's original technology submission to the OMG Task Force and is based on technology already in Expersoft's XShell, the company's flagship distributed object management environment (DOME).
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