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Connecting to Java RMI service from C++

Raees Uzhunnan
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Is there a way to connect to a Java RMI server from c++ ( without using a client side JVM )

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Edward Harned
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Look into RMI IIOP in the Java API. It's easy to set up an RMI-IIOP server.

Look into CORBA here: CORBA


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Originally posted by Edward Harned:
Look into RMI IIOP in the Java API. It's easy to set up an RMI-IIOP server.

Look into CORBA here: CORBA


I didn't know about RMI IIOP, thanks for the pointer.

I was going to respond to the OP that this sure sounds like what Corba was designed for.
 
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