omniORB4 is a freely available Common Object Request Broker
Architecture (CORBA) 2.6 compliant object request broker (ORB)
implementation. It is based on the IIOP communications
protocol and should be interoperable with any other
CORBA 2.6 compliant ORB.
This package contains the documentation of omniORBpy, the Python
bindings to omniORB. The bindings themselves can be found in the
This directory contains examples of various POA facilities.
All the examples implement the Echo server.
servantactivator.py and servantlocator.py do on-demand object
activation / location. If you run either program with a -l command
line argument, it will make a number of local calls to the object,
showing that the activator or locator runs in the local, as well as
the remote, case.
This little example provides an omniORBpy client to the random number
server running on random.org.
To run the example, you must first compile the Python stubs from
omniidl -bpython random.idl
Then simply run the client with ./random_clt.py
Using omniORBpy reveals a bug in Orbix 2.3 running on random.org. The
first time omniORBpy makes a call to a remote object, it calls the
This example shows a very over-engineered distributed tic-tac-toe
Compile the IDL in tictactoe.idl, then run gameServer.py. Now start
some instances of gameClient.py. The client has a user interface for
creating new games, joining existing games, and watching games.
This is not a particularly sensible implementation of such a simple
game, but it demonstrates many techniques that are useful
Before AT&T Laboratories Cambridge closed, it ran a live weather
service with web and CORBA interfac
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