Dynamic Skeleton Interface

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The Corba Dynamic Skeleton Interface (DSI) is an interface on the server side by means of which servers can receive calls without having to compile the interface information.

An IIOP message only contains the values ​​of the parameters of an operation, but not the number and type of parameters. The DII server must provide this information when fetching the call. The server can get this information from the interface repository.

The DSI is thus the server-side counterpart to the Dynamic Invocation Interface (DII) on the client side.


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