Types of communication that aren’t supported by Corba

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What are the important forms/version of asynchronous communication that aren't directly support by Corba?

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Types of communication that aren’t supported by Corba

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CORBA, at the lowest level, only supports two forms of communication. First is a synchronous request/response. It permits an application to make a request to CORBA object and then wait for a response. The second type is a deferred synchronous request/response. It is the same as the first one but if an empty outcome will be go back immediately to the application. Because of this, it can then execute other functions and later survey the ORB to see if the outcome has been made available. The CORBA deferred synchronous communication consents a definite degree of asynchronous communication. One of these is the surveying for responses. Other more complicated asynchronous communication can only be attained by improving a structural design on top of the lowest point of CORBA. Hope this will help you. Thanks.

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