CORBA IDL, C++, Java, all together: how?

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  • Subject: CORBA IDL, C++, Java, all together: how?
  • Date: Tue, 01 Jan 2013 18:21:12 -0500

NB 7.2.1.  I've written some simple IDL and have sketched out Java clients 
which are using it just fine, representing them as Maven projects in NetBeans.

Now I want to write servers, some of which must be in native code.  (Plus, I 
want to learn to write CORBA applications in C++ too.  Wrapping Java around 
minimal JNI code is less interesting to me at the moment, though I may do one 
of the servers that way to learn that method.)

I have a C++ NB project, but although I've walked all around the plugin and 
tried stuff, I can't see how to get NB to run the IDL compiler that produces 
C++ sources.  (I'm trying to use OmniORB 4's omniidl.)

I've come to the conclusion that my thinking doesn't properly model the way 
the NB C++ plugin works.  Clues?

One thing I tried was to map the IDL files into the C++ project as resource 
files.  But when I went to set up a custom build tool for them, I found that 
they had NO PROPERTIES and I couldn't do anything with them.  Surprise!

I could split the IDL files off into their own Maven project to package them 
in a Zip or some such, but how do I get the non-Maven C++ project to grab the 
archive and unpack it?  Separately, once I have the IDL files accessible to 
the C++ project, how do I get them compiled to C++ and those generated files 
included in building the native code?






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