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dynamic method invocation

In object technology, the activation of a process (method) within an object at runtime.
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Watson Research Center) provides researchers, scholars, professionals, and educators with current research on service-oriented computing, Web services architecture and security, frameworks for building Web service applications, and dynamic invocation mechanisms for Web services.
The Deferred Synchronous request model was only available for clients using the Dynamic Invocation Interface (DII) rather than static invocation techniques.
This ORB interface provides standard operations that (1) initialize and shut down the ORB, (2) convert object references to strings and back, and (3) creates argument lists for requests made through the Dynamic Invocation Interface (DID described later in this article.
In addition as distributed objects, by their definition, are components they lend themselves to other interesting aspects such as dynamic invocations and compositions.
Dynamic invocations are assembled at run time by the client using a set of ORB functions defined for this purpose.
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