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Using Visibroker, how do i decode, change, then re-encode a CORBA IOR file in my Java client

John Petren
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I am writing code to ingest the IOR file generated by the team responsible for the server and use it to bind my client to their object. That's the easy part; if this was all there was to it, I wouldn't be here.

For some reason a bit beyond my grasp (having to do with firewalls, DMZs, etc.), the value for the server inside the IOR file is not something we can use. We have to modify it. However, as you probably know, the IOR string is encoded.

What does Visibroker provide that will let me decode the IOR string, change one or more values, then re-encode it and continue on as normal?

I've already looked into IORInterceptors and URL Naming but I don't think either will do the trick.

Thanks in advance!
 
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