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April 4, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

The Object Management Group has chosen OpenDoc application programming interfaces for use as its distributed document component facility on Windows and Macintosh personal computers. OpenDoc presentation and data interchange – which supports Object Linking & Embedding – becomes an Object Group standard, supporting the Group’s Interface Definition Language, and uses Corba and Object Services. The Object Group now boasts Corba, 15 object services and a document component facility using the Group’s Interface Definition Language. Now we begin to define Domain-based business objects and we really have the whole enchilada, it says. All it has to do now is to convince IBM Corp and others to ship it and give it away.

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