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CORBA stands for the Common Object Request Broker
Architecture. It is a set of standard mechanisms for
naming, locating, and defining objects in a distributed
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Does corba support distributed reference counting architectures?
What's the difference between CORBA Security Service and CORBASEC?
Explain can corba allow servers to cause client side events or notifications?
Explain can corba application have call back?
Does CORBA security guarantee that the request and reply are not tampered and not intercepted on their way between the client and the target?
Is there a set of UML diagrams for the CORBASEC Specification?
What are the primary differences between RMI and CORBA?
Explain are there different threading models that can be used within corba servers?
What about CSI with SSL?
How does CORBA security affect application writers?
Can corba application be multi-threaded?
Explain can corba application be tuned for better performance?