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Java IDL & Enterprise Javabeans

Timber Lee
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Joined: Oct 14, 2002
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can I use Java IDL when using Enterprise Javabeans?
I have not any experience in Java IDL. maybe it is simple and stupid question, hope to get help!


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Thomas Hofmann
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Joined: Nov 23, 2002
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Java IDL can be used by EJB. Your EJB can act as a (CORBA) client to a (c++) CORBA server. The CORBA server provides an IDL for its remote objects. You have to create Java CORBA stubs according to this IDL (with Java IDL: "idlj" of the JDK). The generated stubs can be used in your EJB to call the remote C++ Corba objects.
BTW: All J2EE (1.3) containers are required to support RMI-IIOP. So all ejbs can also be accessed by CORBA clients.
BTW2: You can also create an IDL from your EJBs with vendor specific compilers (Java2IDL).
The answer is yes, you can use Java IDL in your EJBs.
Timber Lee
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thanks for your explanation, I get it
 
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