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Developing Business Systems with CORBA with CD-ROM

Developing Business Systems with CORBA with CD-ROM
The Key to Enterprise Integration

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Part of SIGS: Managing Object Technology

  • Date Published: April 1998
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521646505

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  • Building Distributed Object-Oriented Business Systems Using CORBA guides developers, programmers, and software managers through the development of object-oriented, distributed business systems using CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture). CORBA allows vendors to provide compatible components for the implementation of distributed systems in heterogeneous environments involving multiple operating systems and programming languages. The authors use their experience as developers, trainers and mentors to provide a solid understanding of CORBA technology by examining a realistic example system. They introduce concepts and terminology and lead up to a strategic architecture for distributed objects computing. They present CORBA in detail while introducing the reader to project management issues and the requirements for a business objects facility to integrate CORBA components and provide an abstraction for application development. Later chapters explore design issues, programming, and incorporating product features. The accompanying CD-ROM contains a demonstration application and a copy of the Enterprise Business Objects Facility (EBOF) developed at EDS.

    • CORBA is fast becoming the standard technology for strategic business architecture
    • The first book on building distributed systems that deals with the design and programming complexities of building such systems
    • Includes a demonstration version of the implementation of a business object facility built at EDS
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    Product details

    • Date Published: April 1998
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521646505
    • length: 287 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 179 x 17 mm
    • weight: 0.5kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    PartT I. CONCEPTS AND METHODS:
    1. Introduction to distributed objects technology
    2. Distributed objects strategy
    3. CORBA - an overview
    4. Planning and managing development projects
    Part II. ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN AND PROGRAMMING:
    5. The business object facility (BOF)
    6. Design issues
    7. Programming CORBA objects
    Part III. TOOLS AND VENDOR COMPONENTS:
    8. The Orbix Object Request Broker
    9. Application component libraries
    Appendix A. Case Study
    Appendix B. Interface Definitions
    Appendix C. Object Model
    Appendix D. Interface Model
    Glossary
    Application code.

  • Authors

    Waqar Sadiq, Electronic Data Systems, Michigan

    Fred A. Cummins, Electronic Data Systems, Michigan

    Foreword

    Richard Mark Soley

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