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Configuring a CORBA Port
CORBA ports are described using the WSDL extensibility element, corba:address, within the WSDL port element, to specify how a CORBA object is exposed.
The WSDL extensions used to describe CORBA data mappings and CORBA transport details are conventionally prefixed by the namespace prefix, corba.(xmlns:corba="http://schemas.apache.org/yoko/bindings/corba")
The IOR of the CORBA object is specified using the corba:address element. You have four options for specifying IORs in Artix contracts:
It is usually simplest to specify the file name using an absolute path. If you specify the file name using a relative path, the location is taken to be relative to the directory the process is started in, not relative to the containing WSDL file.
A CORBA port for the Bank Corba binding would look like:
Yoko Corba binding expects the IOR for the CORBA object to be located in a file called bank.red (relative to the directory in which process is started).