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Integrating a C++ CORBA Server with Java Client via Naming Service

Rajesh Khan
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Hi i wanted to know if its possible to connect my C++ server to a java naming server.
So far I have a C++ server and a C++ client developed using Omniorb which connect to each other using Naming service (omninames -start) and they work
I also have a CORBA Java server and a Java client which connect to each other using Naming service (tnameserv.exe) and this also works
I wanted to know is there a way to make my C++ server connect to the java naming service. So that my C++ server could share data with my java client ?? Offcourse the stubs and skeletons of both the java and C++ applications were created from the same IDL. Also I am testing on the same machine. So any method or mechanism to do this would be appreciated.
 
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