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Utilizing CORBA with SOA+

PostPosted: Thu Aug 26, 2010 2:57 pm
by brandon.gibson@lmco.com
I am trying to develop a large scale system architecture model which includes several interfaces that are currently implemented in CORBA. Through reading the SOAML specification and looking at the other interfaces I have (mostly WSDL based) SOAML seems to be the right profile extension to be using. However, I am running into incompatibility issues with the interfaces that have been imported through the IDL quick reverse and the message types created through SOAML.

Ideally I would like to define my services and various roles that interact with the server and be able to specify the specific messages being exchanged via the Service Choreography diagram. However the only way I seem to be able to utilize the methods which have been identified in the IDL is by creating a separate lifeline to represent the interface definition and then having the participants and consumers call the service lifeline.

Re: Utilizing CORBA with SOA+

PostPosted: Tue Sep 28, 2021 11:51 pm
by ezraalipv68@gmail.com
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