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From "Lukas Zapletal" <>
Subject Re: How to use Yoko Binding with 3rd party ORB?
Date Fri, 13 Jul 2007 12:10:58 GMT
Thank you. If I understand correctly with this setting Yoko CORBA
Bridge will work but different ORB will be used for dispatching
requests, right?

By the way how Yoko ORB is run in the Apache CXF? I mean the CXF
project runs as Servlet (or standalone using Jetty). When running as
servlet in which phase does CXF create the ORB listening server?

Or have I to deploy Yoko myself using other technology (like JMX
Service in JBoss)?


2007/7/13, Mosur Ravi, Balaji <>:
> There is a spring configuration file that needs to be changed. Take a look at: bindings/src/main/resources/META-INF/cxf/cxf-extension-corba.xml.
You would need to change the ORBClass & ORBSingletonClass... Then pass this custom configuration
using the system property -Dcxf.config.file=<config>.xml
> - Balaji
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lukas Zapletal []
> Sent: Fri 7/13/2007 4:19 AM
> To:
> Subject: How to use Yoko Binding with 3rd party ORB?
> Hello,
> I think Yoko CORBA Binding with CXF can help me implement my
> CORBA-SOAP bridge. The bridge could be written as CXF web service
> relay that will translate all web services to 3rd party WS vendor
> server. I wont need to implement very difficult CORBA to WSDL binding
> and let the hard work on Yoko and focus on finding bugs.
> There is only one problem - I must use different ORBs: JacORB and
> VisiBroker. Is it possible to use Yoko Binding in CXF with 3rd party
> vendor? I was told on this list that it should be possible. So what do
> I need to change if I would like to run the hello_world and bank
> examples with JacORB? I am very sceptic here because I think Yoko must
> implement some special functionality to get the binding stuff working.
> Thank you very much for help
> --
> Lukas Zapletal

Lukas Zapletal

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