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CORBA Programming Primer
CORBA Training Overview

This course is a non-ORB specific introduction to CORBA concepts and IDL, the Interface Definition Language used in all CORBA applications. This class is a prerequisite to and is complemented by Developing CORBA Applications with Java where developers are taught the details of building CORBA applications.

CORBA Training Prerequisites

Familiarity with systems development process either from a development or a management point of view.

CORBA Training Course duration

2 Days

CORBA Training Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Present the major concepts upon which CORBA rests
  • Describe the major CORBA services
  • Create a basic IDL interface module
  • Present typical applications where CORBA can be used
  • Present what is involved in developing and maintaining a CORBA application
  • Present advantages and disadvantages of CORBA relative to other options
  • Explore future directions where CORBA is evolving towards
CORBA Training Course outline

  • An Object Primer
    • What is an Object?
    • What is OOP?
    • Classes & Instances
    • OOP Concepts
    • Abstraction
    • Encapsulation
    • Inheritance
    • Polymorphism
  • The Changing Face of Computing
    • Whither Computing?
    • Changing Processors
    • Changing Networks
    • Changing Data Needs
    • Changing Interfaces
    • Changing Users
    • The Future: Distributed Systems
    • The Interoperability Challenge
    • Client-Server Connection
    • Client-Server Communication
    • The Interoperability Solution
  • CORBA: An Overview
    • What is CORBA?
    • "A" is for Architecture
    • "O" is for Object
    • "RB" is for Request Broker
    • "C" is for Common
    • OMG's Goals
    • CORBA's Approach
    • Who Provides CORBA?
    • Who's Using CORBA?
  • Why CORBA?
    • Reduced System Complexity
    • Easier System Construction
    • Publishable Interfaces
    • Less Redundancy of Services
    • Reduced Vendor Dependency
    • Reduced Source-Code Dependency
    • Easier System Migration
    • Easier System Enhancement
  • Interface Definition Language
    • What is IDL?
    • Elements of IDL
    • An IDL Example
    • IDL Basic Data Types
    • IDL Special Data Types
    • Arrays
    • Attributes
    • Operations
    • Exceptions
    • Interfaces
    • Interface Inheritance
    • The Object Interface
    • Modules
    • Other IDL Features
    • What IDL Does Not Have
    • IDL Mapping
    • The CORBA Coding Process
  • CORBA In Detail
    • Clients, Servers & Objects
    • Object References
    • CORBA: The Basic Layout
    • CORBA: The Client Side in Brief
    • Object Request Broker
    • Getting an Object: Client Side
    • Getting an Object: Server Side
    • Basic Object Adapter
    • BOA Server Activation Policy
    • Implementation Repository
    • Using Objects: Static Invocation
    • Using Objects: Dynamic Invocation
    • Dynamic Invocation: The Basics
    • Interface Repository
    • Static vs. Dynamic Invocation
  • A Sample CORBA Application
    • A Sample Application
    • What We'll Look At
    • The IDL
    • The Java Interfaces
    • The Stubs
    • The Bank Client
    • The Skeletons
    • The Account Servant
    • The Bank Servant
    • The Bank Server
    • CORBA Exceptions
    • Helpers
  • CORBA Services
    • Overview of CORBA Services
    • CORBAservices
    • Naming
    • Trader
    • Event
    • Transactions & Concurrency Control
    • Security
    • Other CORBAservices
    • CORBAfacilities
    • User Interface
    • Information Management
    • Systems Management
    • Task Management
    • CORBAdomains
  • CORBA vs. the Alternatives
    • DCOM
    • DCOM Interfaces
    • DCOM & Languages
    • DCOM vs. CORBA
    • Working Together?
    • Java RMI
    • RMI vs. CORBA
    • Working Together?
    • Non-Object Solutions
  • CORBA & Java
    • CORBA: Borrowing from Java
    • RMI & CORBA
    • CORBA Pass-by-Value
    • The IDL Value Type
    • Passing an Object by Value
    • CORBA & Java Beans
    • What are Java Beans?
    • What Beans Offer
    • CORBA Beans
    • Enterprise Java Beans
    • EJB & CORBA
  • CORBA In Broader Context
    • ORB Interoperability
    • GIOP / IIOP
    • ESIOPs
    • CORBA In the Enterprise
    • CORBA & Legacy Systems
    • CORBA & the Internet
    • CORBA & Java
    • What's Next for CORBA?
  • CORBA Case Studies
Hardware/Software Requirements
  • Hardware Requirements
    • This course is presentation only. It requires a single instructor PC connected to a projection device.
  • Software Requirements
    • Adobe Acrobat 4.0 or Acrobat Reader (for the course presentation)

 
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