common object request broker


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common object request broker

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(computer science)
A system that provides interoperability among objects in a heterogeneous, distributed, object-oriented environment in a way that is transparent to the programmer; its design is based on the OMG object model. Abbreviated CORBA.
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An adherent IT solution to SC demand management business processes is proposed, as an IT framework, which includes an infrastructure communication layer, being addressed with cloud computing paradigm; an application layer, fulfilled by CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) and CCM (CORBA Component Model); and a logistics operational layer, supplied by RFID technology, as illustrated in Figure 2.
[18] OMG, "The Common Object Request Broker: Core Specification", The Object Management Group, Needham, MA, 2002.
Specifically these projects were employing the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) (42) as the infrastructure upon which software components for manufacturing control were being built.
The CORBA (common object request broker architecture) specification describes a computer architecture that is object-oriented, distributed, language-independent, and hardware neutral.
Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) is no longer required, permitting radio-specific middleware similar to the Android's remote procedure call (RPC) for communication between software components and hardware devices.
("Three-tiered," they called it, with the back-end data servers, the Web application, and the Web browser making up the tiers.) Then there were the programmers, excited about switching over to object-oriented code and distributed object applications with standards like CORBA (common object request broker architecture, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CORBA).
SOA--the newest buzzword for making processes more flexible--has been around since at least 1989, when Object Management Group released Common Object Request Broker Architecture, commonly known as CORBA.
* CORBA Support - Enables rapid development and testing of applications that use the Common Object Request Broker (CORBA) architecture.
The Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA), one of the components of Object Management Architecture (OMA), came into existence because of lack of programming interfaces and packages that can deal with heterogeneous platforms [11].
The CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture standard) Service Package provides CORBA interoperability, which allows SolutionCore applications to work with new and legacy operations support systems, as well as allowing access to SolutionCore services and objects and finally, also allowing SolutionCore servers to access CORBA objects and operations.
Wind River already has integration support to Corba common object request broker technology through third parties.
Now it is considering an alternative protocol known as CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture).