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Activate the dispatching of requests to the remote object (activate) Run the event loop to actually dispatch requests (run) A client that wants to invoke operations on the remote object looks like the following:
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#include "FooC.h" int main (int argc, char *argv[]) { // ... CORBA::ORB_var orb = CORBA::ORB_init (argc, argv); // read the object reference to the remote object from the // arguments list in position 1 CORBA::Object_var obj = orb->string_to_object (argv[1]); Foo_var foo = Foo::_narrow (obj); // do the actual invocation foo->bar (); orb->destroy (); }
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The client creates an ORB instance in the same way that the server does. It then creates a local proxy for the remote object, by converting the stringified object reference handed over as argv[1] in this case to a CORBA object reference. To finally create a proxy of the correct type, it performs a narrow operation on the object reference. The proxy, represented by the variable foo, is now ready for use, and operations can be invoked on it. The proxy follows the CLIENT PROXY pattern, but we discuss more about its responsibilities later.
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The CORBA architecture consists of multiple components. Those used in most applications are: Object Request Broker core (ORB core), responsible for basic communication mechanisms Portable Object Adapter (POA), responsible for dispatching requests to registered remote objects Naming Service, responsible for the central distribution of references to remote objects
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Looking at CORBA s constituent parts from a deployment perspective, the POA and ORB core are often represented as libraries. Applications implementing remote objects are mostly executables that link with the POA and the ORB library. The reason for this separation is footprint optimization, minimizing the amount of memory used. Separate libraries have two advantages: Different implementations can be provided, customized to the use cases in which the ORB is employed
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