COM/CORBA/DCOP (was: Hello people. I have some questions)

Paul Rubin phr-n2001 at nightsong.com
Tue Sep 4 00:30:10 CEST 2001


Markus Schaber <markus at schabi.de> writes:
> In Corba, you communicate through stub objects. So the stub object 
> could simply make a direct jump to the original method when the object 
> is local.
> 
> The overhead then is in creating the stub, but calling is pretty slim.

What exactly does the ORB do in this situation?  I thought the ORB
runs in a separate process and the client process always calls the ORB.



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