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Hi all,
I am trying to develop a system with different components whose architecture is as follows:
1)Front tier using VB.
2)Middle tier will have Weblogic App Server with EJB deployed.
3)Oracle Database
4)CORBA for connecting Front and Middle Tier.
Is this possible. I have a good working knowledge of EJB and App Server, VB and ORACLE. However I lack understanding of how to use CORBA and connect a Microsoft Front Tier with a Java Middle Tier.
Can anybody provide me some relevant information regarding the same so that I can start experimenting with it. Any link or book that helps in the above context
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do a search on google. I did a quick one and got this:
But it is not exactly the solution you suggest - they suggest using web services - but it is VB to EJB.
Using Inprise (an EJB app server) for EJB-CORBA-VB COM:
You can probably use what they say in the examples to make it work for your ejb app server.
One last: if you do get this to work, can you post how to do it here so others can use that info? Thanks!
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