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RE: Using XML to send IIOP messages on HTTP

  • From: Michael Rossi <mrossi@c...>
  • To: xml-dev@x...
  • Date: Mon, 22 May 2000 14:49:21 -0400

xiop xml iiop
Jacob Jose Cherackal wrote:
>     Thought and thought would it be possible to send IIOP messages in
> XML format over IIOP and let a XSLT stuff do the rest to make it
> complete. That way we could take care of putting CORBA on the web.
>     The client will send the IIOP message as HTTP to a web server, which

   I recall a discussion of XIOP, which I believe had this same goal in
mind. Sorry, I don't have time to do the research right now (search the
archives, etc.). But I hope that's a lead for you.

Michael A. Rossi
856-983-4400 x4911

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