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From "Anders Hessellund Jensen (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (YOKO-75) Create a CORBA spec that can be used by both Yoko and Geronimo
Date Thu, 06 Jul 2006 09:16:30 GMT
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Anders Hessellund Jensen commented on YOKO-75:

We currently have the following spec jars:

geronimo-spec-corba: Nice and clean. Contains everything geronimo needs on top of the JDK
spec: CosNaming, CosTransactions and security classes.

geronimo-spec-corba-2.6: Compiled using JacORB, and therefore broken. I think there is bugs
in the IDL too.

geronimo-spec-corba-3.0: More or less the same as geronimo-spec-corba-2.6.

IDLJ supports only version 1.0 of the IDL-to-JAVA spec. This version of the spec is aligned
with CORBA 2.3. If we want to create 2.4 or higher spec, we need a better compiler. We may
be able to create a spec that looks more or less like a corba 2.4 or higher spec, but it will
not be 100% right.

We really need a spec jar that works. I suggest we take the org.omg.* classes from Yoko and
add the CosNaming, CosTransactions and security classes from geronimo-spec-corba (compiled
using IDLJ). I have experimented with this, and it seems to work very well.

When we have an IDL compiler, we can create a 100% right 2.6 or 3.0 spec that is compiled
from IDL.

> Create a CORBA spec that can be used by both Yoko and Geronimo
> --------------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: YOKO-75
>          URL:
>      Project: Yoko - CORBA Server
>         Type: Task

>     Reporter: Anders Hessellund Jensen
>     Assignee: Anders Hessellund Jensen

> We need a CORBA spec that can be used by both Yoko and Geronimo.
> Initially, it is not a requirement that all classes are generated from IDL, since this
may be hard to achieve with the compilers available to us.

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