[Ace-users] Re: [tao-users] Reference to ORB
Douglas C. Schmidt
schmidt at dre.vanderbilt.edu
Wed Jun 13 05:49:06 CDT 2007
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> i have a sample application where in the "int main" mathod i am creating
>ORB by using ORB_init.
> Now that variable is local to "int main", i don't want to make it
>global, but i want to get its reference in some other method say "int xyz".
> In my previous ORB they were having CORBA::ORB::_duplicate () to return
>reference to the global ORB.
That is non-standard behavior.
>But TAO does not have _duplicate with no
>parameters, means we have to pass ORB reference to be duplicated.
Right, that is standard behavior.
> Is there any way to have this work?
Sure - either
. Pass the (duplicated) ORB as a parameter to int xyz()
. Create a singleton called MySingletonORB and use this everywhere.
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