Bionic Buffalo Tech Note #25: Quick Start Guide to Writing CORBA Server Applications
sets between the two environments.
Shutdown and Uninstallation
Shutting down and uninstalling the servants and objects should not be neglected operations. In addition
to releasing resources for other applications, proper termination routines encourage good programming
practice: the activity of shutting down often reveals errors which might not show up otherwise until
after an application is released to the field.
Arrange to Convey Critical Information to Client Application Developers
Any service, application, or other mechanism used to convey essential information (interfaces,
references, et caetera) to clients should be started, activated, configured, or otherwise engaged.
Link and Run the Application
The final step is to link and run the application. There are no major differences between client and
server applications in this regard. The reader is referred to the equivalent section in Tech Note #20.
Please consult the Bibliography of Tech Note #20.
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