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Advanced CORBA® Programming with C++ by Steve Vinoski, Michi Henning

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Chapter 3. A Minimal CORBA Application

3.1 Chapter Overview

This chapter shows how to build a simple CORBA application consisting of a server that implements a single object and a client that accesses that object. The point of this chapter is to familiarize you with the basic steps required to build a minimal application, and we explain very few details of the source code here. Do not be concerned if something does not seem clear—later chapters provide all the detail.

Section 3.2 shows how to write and compile a simple interface definition, Section 3.2 covers how to write the server, Section 3.4 shows how to write the client, and Section 3.5 illustrates how to run the complete application.

3.2 Writing and Compiling an IDL Definition

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