The Essential Distributed Objects Survival Guide

Wiley, 28 de set de 1995 - 640 páginas
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Winner! 1996 Software Development/Jolt Productivity Award! "The first clear roadmap to commercial–grade object–oriented systems that many have been waiting for." –Tibbets and Bernstein, Information Week "A worthy sequel to The Essential Client/Server Survival Guide. It frames the CORBA and OLE/COM debate in ways useful to anyone curious about the technical underpinnings of a global computing fabric." –Jon Udell, Byte "Chock–full of useful information." –Mark Betz, Windows Tech Journal This is your best source to help you make intelligent decisions about distributed objects, component technologies, and their standards. Bestselling authors Orfali, Harkey, and Edwards combine detailed technical explanations with their unique brand of offbeat humor–using clever cartoons, controversial soapboxes, and witty quotes. You′ll get the full story on distributed objects, including:
∗ What CORBA 2.0 and OLE/COM can do, and how they differ
∗ How distributed objects, components, and client/server come together
∗ Detailed coverage of object frameworks, component suites, business objects, compound documents, and TP monitors
∗ The inside scoop on key products like SOM, Orbix, ObjectBroker, Newi, and DOE
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ROBERT ORFALI and DAN HARKEY are distributed objects consultants for IBM. They also head the CORBA/Java Distributed Objects MS Program and Lab at San Jose State University. JERI EDWARDS is the VP of Strategy and Product Planning at BEA Systems-the maker of Tuxedo. They are also the authors of the bestselling Client/Server Programming with Java and CORBA, Instant CORBA, and The Essential Client/Server Survival Guide.

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