The Object Management Group’s Common Object Request Broker Architecture 2.0 interoperability demonstration finally came together around 2am in the morning before the opening of Object World in San Francisco last week. The showcase featured a bunch of vendors calling each others’ Object Request Brokers, sending and retrieving players’ log-on and score information from different games running at each participating booth. A central database stored details at the Object Group stand. PostModern Computing Technologies Inc reportedly stepped into the breach and wrote the Interface Definition Language using ORBeline after Genesis Development Corp’s attempt broke down.
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