Internet Inter-ORB Protocol


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Internet Inter-ORB Protocol

(protocol, standard)
(IIOP) A protocol which will be mandatory for all CORBA 2.0 compliant platforms. The initial phase of the project is to build an infrastructure consisting of: an IIOP to HTTP gateway which allows CORBA clients to access WWW resources; an HTTP to IIOP gateway to let WWW clients access CORBA resources; a web server which makes resources available by both IIOP and HTTP; web browsers which can use IIOP as their native protocol.

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Technologies to be discussed are: XML, App Servers, Distributed Objects (Enterprise Java Beans and CORBA), and Internet Inter-ORB Protocol.
Another new capability is allowing native internet inter-ORB protocol (IIOP), defined for use between client and server in a Corba system, to cross firewalls securely.

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