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From "James, Steven" <>
Subject RE: CORBA Question
Date Fri, 21 Sep 2007 15:21:00 GMT
Thanks dan i have already been playing with yoko. I will have a look
there then let you now what the situation is and what we can do if this
is not complete. I am quite willing to open our solution if it is

Thanks again for your help.  


-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Kulp [] 
Sent: Freitag, 21. September 2007 16:53
Cc: James, Steven;
Subject: Re: CORBA Question


On Friday 21 September 2007, James, Steven wrote:
> Not sure yet if this is the best mail group to ask this question but 
> it's a start.

I'm CCing the yoko-dev group.   They have written plugins into CXF (and 
some idl <-> wsdl tooling) that allow some level of CORBA support.   
Using the CXF JAX-WS api's, you can expose a service as a CORBA service
or use the CXF clients to talk to a CORBA service.  I don't know the
full details of what is and is not supported.  You'd have to ask them or
check their docs/website/wiki.

That said, a discussion has been started to move those plugins from Yoko

to CXF directly.   Thus, there is a strong possibility that the support 
will be part of a future version of CXF.   

> We have been looking at cfx as a general service infastructure but 
> have a need for CORBA support. I see on the website that it is 
> mentioned. Is this implimented currently, if not then then could we 
> impliment this feature if yes whats the process overview?

If you'd like to get involved, I'd definitely suggest starting by
looking at Yoko.  Start with that, fix issues, propose enhancements,


> Best Regards,
> Steve
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