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Hi,

For getting access to distributed objects we use CORBA, RMI-IIOP, DCOM, etc.. What is the service that IBM is providing?

Thanks in advance,
Narendranath.
 
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IBM produces a product called WebSphere Application Server that implements the J2EE specification. Is that what you're looking for?

Kyle
 
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Yeah! actually I know that. But, I'm specifically asking whether IBM has any service like OMG-CORBA, MS-DCOM, Sun-RMI-IIOP.

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Narendranath.
 
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IBM have a bunch of products that implement/support CORBA (AIX, SuperPoseidon etc.) They also support RMI-IIOP (as part of Websphere as Kyle points out). DCOM is not an open standard, like the other two, so is proprietory MS only. IBM have taken the more pragmatic route of using existing open standards to implement their product set rather than specifying one of their own. But that being said, IBM have a huge product range including I'm sure some old/unusual IBM-only distributed computing method.
 
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I'm satisfied with you paul.

Thanks to Kyle and Paul,
Regards,
Naren.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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