[Ace-users] [ace-users] Tie Appraoch using TAO

Douglas C. Schmidt schmidt at dre.vanderbilt.edu
Mon Mar 3 08:17:33 CST 2008

Hi Anirudh,

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> I am trying to write code using TAO for a inhertied idl (in C++)
> resulting in making mulitple a inherited Impl file (from POA_Derived,
> BaseImpl).
> When I compile I get errors like _is_a(), _downcast() etc. has two
> overriders.
> I hear in such a case Tie approach is better.
> I wish to know two things
> 1. Where can I find an example of Code using Tie approach.


>2. Is there a way (compiler option etc.) in which I write a code for
>multiple inherited Impl file without changing my design. 

Not as far as I know.

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