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How to pass object by value through CORBA

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Hi people,
I am currently starting a project where I would like to pass a JAVA object by value through CORBA. So far I could only find information on passing an object by reference though. According to this document OMG was planning to imlement this into CORBA about 5 years ago http://www.omg.org/docs/orbos/98-01-18.pdf
Would anyone knowif this has ever happened?
Thanks everyone!
EwaldL
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Not really my field unfortunately, but, out of interest, why do you want to do this? If you do, why not just create your own copy of the original before sending?
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thanks very much cehj and objects!
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