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Method and a bridge for coupling a server and a client of different object types










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A computer system has clients and servers of different object models, such as SOAP, CORBA and EJB for providing distributed application services. To connect a SOAP client to a CORBA or EJB server, a bridge 10 is used containing corresponding server and client components as well as a mapping component to map object and method requests of one type into another.








 
 
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