The Common Object Request Broker Architecture
(CORBA) is a standard for transparent communication between applications objects .
Specifically these projects were employing the Common Object Request Broker Architecture
(CORBA) (42) as the infrastructure upon which software components for manufacturing control were being built.
The brochure mentions the company's use of a Common Object Request Broker Architecture
distributed-computing environment to manage the operational condition of a system's distributed nodes so that only status results are sent to the operations center, as opposed to detailed reports that would require time to analyze.
The BroadQuest Broker, based on the Common Object Request Broker Architecture
(CORBA), a standard supported by hundreds of vendors, manages updates from connected databases on a schedule determined by the system administrator.
This will include features such as support for Java database connectivity (JDBC) and for Enterprise Javabeans (EJB), as well as support for the remote method invocation (RMI) and common object request broker architecture
(Corba) middleware standards.
Osicom has developed a common object request broker architecture
(CORBA) module for its GigaMux 32 channel.
NETSMART is Java-based, runs on Sun Enterprise servers, uses the Oracle database for persistent storage and the software includes support for both the TCP/IP and OSI protocols, as well as the Common Object Request Broker Architecture
These acronyms stand for the tongue-twisting "open database connectivity" "dynamic data exchange" "component object model" and "common object request broker architecture
." Basically, these refer to systems or methods of sharing database information--the communications glue between databases and applications, according to one committee member.
The CORBA (common object request broker architecture
) specification describes a computer architecture that is object-oriented, distributed, language-independent, and hardware neutral.
Common Object Request Broker Architecture
(CORBA) is no longer required, permitting radio-specific middleware similar to the Android's remote procedure call (RPC) for communication between software components and hardware devices.
Another class of implementation is based on CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture
) management of communication protocol.
According to Soken's "Distributed Object Computing in Japan: 1999 Market and Trends", the Object Management Group's Common Object Request Broker Architecture
is now the preferred choice for large scale, multi-platform integration projects at 61% of Japanese companies.