Mohan Rajagopalan

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With the rapid growth of the Internet, distributed Web-enabled applications are becoming popular. One of the most commonly used architectures for development of such applications is CORBA, which provides a platform, location and an implementation-language-neutral architecture for the development of distributed applications. In addition, the phenomenal interest in component technology has led to the development of CORBA Beans. Such CORBA components and objects will soon be available for use on the Web. When you encounter such a CORBA object, you may wish to use its services by dynamically discovering its properties (something similar to Introspect and Reflection in Java). CORBA supports this. What Is Dynamic Invocation? CORBA allows you to discover an object's properties dynamically and use its services by invoking the public methods on the object at runtime. This is ... (more)