DISTRIBUTED COMPONENT OBJECT MODEL
Distributed Component Object Model(DCOM) pioneered by Microsoft provides the future of communications between Server and Clients! This site will provide demos in the future concerning DCOM. Currently, under development is a DCOM program for registration of every message thread entering a system from an outside source! Linking by DCOM to distributed objects, programs, and Client applications will be provided!! You as a member of this site will receive updates to demos, significant discounts on software, and secure purchasing of DCOM software.
DCOM protocol provides communication among software modules directly across a network given a secure, consistent and efficient procedure. DCOM uses Internet protocols as HTTP, based upon the Open Software Foundations's DCE-RPC specification, appropriate to both Java applets and ActiveX given the Component Object Model(COM).
INTERFACES: Type Data for communication of Objects among Clients.
DATA REPRESENTATIONS: DCOM represents data in a machine independent and data independent manner with DCE(Distributed Communication Environment) RPC (Remote Procedure Call) by defining Network Data Representation (NDR). The Open Software Foundation (OSF)defined DCE that provides RPC, security, threads, directory services and time services.
RPC: Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) defined by DCE RPC provide remote function calls from server to clients.
IDL: Interface Data Language integrates RPCs into interfaces that are implemented with data link library(dll)or executed by the Server.
LINKS:Given this site's neutral approach to Client-Server Communications the following links reflect Microsoft's, Netscape and Sun's Approach. Specifically, Microsoft employs either implementation or executives, whereas Sun and Netscape prefer executables for Application Server operation!
New NobleNet NOUVEAU: Integration of JAVA, CORBA, COM and RPC:Provides solution to multiple component model distributed applications. Integrates IBM servers and Microsoft products within a distributed application environment! Link to their website from the following links to consider whether NobleNet solves the multiple component model problem. Quote from their white paper however indicates their solution may not be a DCOM solution with portability across all platforms, "...providing native COM, CORBA and RPC integration using an industry standard transport protocol." A truely portable solution would not consist of native code, specific to the system.
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