Basic Building Blocks
Corba Distributed Software
Common Corba Acronyms
Core Corba Architecture
Corba Stubs Interfaces
Object Requst Broker
Corba Architecture- Quiz
CORBA Common Acronyms
OMG is a democratic body that exists to produce, refine, and manage the CORBA specification. Membership consists of over 800 companies worldwide.
IDL - Interface Definition Language provides a common programming-level specification language for defining distributed applications.
OMA - Object Management Architecture adds a common architectural model, so that applications may also be constructed using standard building blocks and components
ORB: Object Request Broker represents an open standard communications mechanism that allows all CORBA objects to send and receive messages in a common way
BOA - Basic Object Adapter is a helper object that exists as part of the basic ORB and exists to help CORBA servers register with the ORB and begin to receive CORBA client requests.
IIOP - Internet Orb Protocol defines a standard, wire-level protocol spoken by all CORBA ORBs. Having a standard protocol means that ORB products from different vendors will seamlessly interoperate.