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Difference between JNI and CORBA ?

  Asked By: Jesse    Date: Apr 27    Category: Java    Views: 1936
  

can any body tell me what is the difference between.. Java's Native
Interface (JNI) and CORBA. is it possible to do everything that we
can do in CORBA to be able to do it with JNI. a detalied information
regarding their differences would be highly appreciated..

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Answer #1    Answered By: Ann Evans     Answered On: Apr 27

They are two different subjects. CORBA is a distributed architecture
that let you implement a distributed application. The objects could
be written in any language and located on different machines. With
CORBA you can invoke modules remotely.
But JNI is a framework that let you invoke modules localy that has
been written in other languages.

I tried to explain it very simple and keep it very short. You can
find more information about them on Web.

Ref:
JNI -
java.sun.com/.../index.html

CORBA -
http://searchdatabase.techtarget.com/sDefinition/0,,sid13_gci213865,00
.html

 
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