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Hi everybody i shall be extremely greatful if the following question could be answered by somebody:
I am using corba ORBIX IONA 2.3 and want to know how in corba(may be not specifically elted to iona but a general in corba) can i pass an object from server to client.
The problen is that in idl i can declare a struct and interface but what i want to do is pass an object of a class written on the  server to the client without using the above two.
eg:
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server side:
class Myself{
...
....
};
then its object is created somehow maybe
    Myself m();
(Now i want someway to pass this object to the client when the client calls a function(any fuction not that important).
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client side
function1(out Myself m1);
m1.(all the functions called on m1).
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Mystery,Mystery:Please tell me how an object can be passed across the border i am really having a tough time with it.
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chengez_khan , is code from my comment helps you?
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Sorry alex it does not help me because i am wanting to pass a pue c++ object from server to client without declaring an interface for it in the idl.
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No way!!!
You can NOT use CORBA to pass an OBJECT from server to client.
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Only way - I think in iona, you can have both the server and client running in the same process( thats a limitation ), you could use C++ semantics to pass the Object from the Server to the Client. But you won't be able to acheive much of a client server design. You'll be restricted to a single m/c for client and server.
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