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|Description:||xix, 430 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||pt. I. Embracing COM and CORBA. Ch. 1. The Arrival of Distributed Objects. Ch. 2. The Dominance of COM and CORBA. Ch. 3. Distributed Object Fundamentals --
pt. II. COM and CORBA on the Server. Ch. 4. Assessing the Server Side. Ch. 5. The Server Platform. Ch. 6. Essential Services. Ch. 7. Server-Side Intangibles --
pt. III. COM and CORBA on the Client. Ch. 8. The Desktop Client. Ch. 9. The Internet Client. Ch. 10. Client Design Considerations --
pt. IV. Bridging COM and CORBA. Ch. 11. Custom Bridging Approaches. Ch. 12. Commercial Bridging Approach. Ch. 13. Enterprise Application Servers. Ch. 14. Conclusion. App. A. References --
App. B. Examples Available for Download --
App. C. Selected Example Code.
"This book helps software practitioners analyze and transcend their personal biases toward COM or CORBA so that they may objectively seek the best implementation strategy. The author helps you cut through vendor marketing hype by presenting a clear, logical formula to help you choose between the two technologies. In short, COM and CORBA Side by Side is an invaluable resource for making informed, critical decisions about using one or both of these technologies in your next project."--Jacket.