Do you know RMI, CORBA and EJB ?


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  1. #1
    joseph Guest

    Do you know RMI, CORBA and EJB ?


    "Uma" <umadavey@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Can you please give me some suggestions on how to exploitate Java in enterprise
    >client/server systems?
    >
    >Thank you very much.


    Hi, RMI, CORBA and EJB provide technologies and mechanism to implement complex
    3-tier application. Of coz, you also can use java.net and other relationcal
    tech. to implement 3 or 2 tier application, but you have to do lots of distrubuted
    work yourself.

    george

  2. #2
    Guru Guest

    Re: Do you know RMI, CORBA and EJB ?


    "joseph" <unknown@yahoo.ca> wrote:
    >
    >"Uma" <umadavey@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>Can you please give me some suggestions on how to exploitate Java in enterprise
    >>client/server systems?
    >>
    >>Thank you very much.

    >
    >Hi, RMI, CORBA and EJB provide technologies and mechanism to implement complex
    >3-tier application. Of coz, you also can use java.net and other relationcal
    >tech. to implement 3 or 2 tier application, but you have to do lots of distrubuted
    >work yourself.
    >
    >george



    Which one is better then, RMI, EJB or CORBA?
    Can I use EJB in any case that I could use CORBA?

    Please give good comments

    Thanks
    guru


  3. #3
    Vassil Babanov Guest

    Re: Do you know RMI, CORBA and EJB ?


    >Which one is better then, RMI, EJB or CORBA?
    >Can I use EJB in any case that I could use CORBA?


    EJB steps on RMI, i mean when you make a request to EJB it is done by RMI.
    RMI is a Java remote method invocation. No other languages support that method.

    If you want to build services that would be accessed not only from Java clients,
    you MUST write these services to support CORBA invocation.

    If you do this, your services would be accessed from languages like VB, Delphi,
    ....


    Regards,
    Vassil Babanov, Sr. Developer


  4. #4
    Ramesh Guest

    Re: Do you know RMI, CORBA and EJB ?


    Hai

    EJB is the very strong in multi-tier applications.
    Why because in EJB devolopment and deployment at server side only.
    Where as in CORBA and RMI case not like that..

    Bye
    Ramesh Kumar Madhu.
    Hyderabad-AP India.


    "Guru" <guru@nowhere.com> wrote:
    >
    >"joseph" <unknown@yahoo.ca> wrote:
    >>
    >>"Uma" <umadavey@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>Can you please give me some suggestions on how to exploitate Java in enterprise
    >>>client/server systems?
    >>>
    >>>Thank you very much.

    >>
    >>Hi, RMI, CORBA and EJB provide technologies and mechanism to implement

    complex
    >>3-tier application. Of coz, you also can use java.net and other relationcal
    >>tech. to implement 3 or 2 tier application, but you have to do lots of

    distrubuted
    >>work yourself.
    >>
    >>george

    >
    >
    >Which one is better then, RMI, EJB or CORBA?
    >Can I use EJB in any case that I could use CORBA?
    >
    >Please give good comments
    >
    >Thanks
    >guru
    >



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