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Corba Language Interoperability Levels

Corba interoperability at the programming language level is based on IDL. The CORBA specification includes IDL into these development languages.
Corba interoperability at the programming language level is based on IDL. The CORBA specification includes IDL into these development languages.

CORBA will interoperate and seamlessly hide the difference between operating systems. Support for all operating systems is not guaranteed by the CORBA specification though.
CORBA will interoperate and seamlessly hide the difference between operating systems. Support for all operating systems is not guaranteed by the CORBA specification though.

Starting with version two of the CORBA specification, a common protocol for CORBA has been defined.
Starting with version two of the CORBA specification, a common protocol for CORBA has been defined.


The IIOP also brings ORB-level interoperability to CORBA. Because IIOP is a well defined protocol.
The IIOP also brings ORB-level interoperability to CORBA. Because IIOP is a well defined protocol.

Realizing that an interoperable framework could not stop with the domain of each vendor, the OMG specified GIOP and IIOP so that all ORB prodcuts could speak a common low-level language.
Realizing that an interoperable framework could not stop with the domain of each vendor, the OMG specified GIOP and IIOP so that all ORB prodcuts could speak a common low-level language.