OMG Overview: CORBA and the OMA in Enterprise Computing

@article{Siegel1998OMGOC,
  title={OMG Overview: CORBA and the OMA in Enterprise Computing},
  author={Jon Siegel},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
  year={1998},
  volume={41},
  pages={37-43}
}
37 When this interoperability goal was realized in 1996 with the issuance of the CORBA 2.0 (Common Object Request Broker Architecture 2.0) specification [2, 6], two notable things happened: First, the infrastructure oriented OMG members who had been concentrating on CORBA and the basic services were suddenly free to expand their horizons to include extended features; as a result, the basic CORBA object model is being extended to include multiple interfaces per object, objects passable by value… CONTINUE READING
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