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From Mario Cormier <mcorm...@miranda.com>
Subject Re: Once again: getting to run 1.1
Date Fri, 05 Sep 2003 12:15:57 GMT
CORBA messages humm? Well I know 1.0 used CORBA as the "core" protocol 
to access the database, but as far as I could see, not only is it not 
the core protocol in 1.1, it's not even there anymore.

So my guess is that you tool is using an older client library which 
simply doesn't talk the same language as the new database. I think you 
will need a new version of that tool in order to access 1.1 databases.

Hope this helps!

Mario

Kai Wörner wrote:

>>
>> If you're now using 1.1 as a servlet the paths to the DB change to 
>> something like:
>>
>> xmldb:xindice://localhost:8080/db/
>>
>
> YAB and Java (I'm trying it with the CreateCollection.java-example 
> from http://xml.apache.org/xindice/guide-developer.html#N101B5) give 
> me the same error:
>
> org.xmldb.api.base.XMLDBException: A connection to the Database 
> instance 'db' could not be created.
> Error: http://localhost:8080/db_bootstrap.ior
>
> The (decoded) .ior-file seems to read:
> _IIOP_ParseCDR: byte order BigEndian, repository id 
> <IDL:org/apache/xindice/client/corba/db/Database:1.0>, 1 profile
> _IIOP_ParseCDR: profile 1 is 120 bytes, tag 0 (INTERNET), BigEndian 
> byte order
> (iiop.c:parse_IIOP_Profile): bo=BigEndian, version=1.2, 
> hostname=wetzlar.multilingua.uni-hamburg.de, port=2054, 
> object_key=<.OO.8..f....POA.k...>
> (iiop.c:parse_IIOP_Profile): encoded object key is <%00OO%018?Þf÷%00% 
> 00%00POA%FEk?¯œ>
> (iiop.c:parse_IIOP_Profile): non-native cinfo is 
> <iiop_1_2_1_%2500OO%25018?Þf÷%2500%2500%2500POA% 
> 25FEk?¯œ@tcp_wetzlar.multilingua.uni-hamburg.de_2054>
> object key is <#00OO#018#84#DEf#F7#00#00#00POA#FEk#8F#AF#BD>;
> no trustworthy most-specific-type info; unrecognized ORB;
> reachable with IIOP 1.2 at host "wetzlar.multilingua.uni-hamburg.de", 
> port 2054
>
>
>
> Does that ring a bell with anyone?
>
> Herrner



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