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Re: Need more detail.

From: Derek A. Neighbors
Subject: Re: Need more detail.
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2000 19:47:53 -0700

> Static interfaces are ones for which the IDL is established at
> compile time; DII represents where the interfaces are established
> at runtime.
> The C CORBA binding for DII is pretty painful; the C++ binding for DII
> represents where a Whopping Lot of the interface complexity comes in on
> that side.
> If CORBA is actually being used, it should be very easy to answer this
> question.

You are correct.  Unfortunately I have not been working to closely on
GEAS at a lower level.  Since the business rules are not CORBA objects
rather only the API I havent had to even look at CORBA. :)  Which is the
way it should be for GNUe. :)  I should have said I am not wholly sure,
not wholly understand.
> Is it generating IDL and compiling it at compile time?  Or does it use
> DII?

It is just the API.  So the business objects dont do anything for an
> If there is "no IDL," then this sounds like it is distinctly NOT a
> CORBA-based system, as IDL is the basis for defining CORBA applications.

Its CORBA based but only for transport.  Not every business object.  I
think others address in detail today.

Derek Neighbors
GNU Enterprise

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