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Accessing Unix / EJB from NT / Visuall C++

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How do I invoke procedures (EJB) on a Unix machine, when my code (Visual C++) is running on a seperate NT machine?
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AFAIk the communication method used is SOAP, and I know that it is possible. I do not know how though :-/

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Thanks,
I realized that my solution might involve either SOAP or CORBA, but I need some more specific example.
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