Client Server Architecture and Application

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POKHARA UNI VERSI TY


Level: Bachelor

Semester


Fall

Year : 2009

Programme:
B.E.

Full Marks : 100

Course:

Client Server Architecture and Application


Time : 3hrs.


Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as fa
r
as practicable.

The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Attempt all the questions.


1.

a)

What are the fundamental traits of a distributed object system?
Explain briefly.

b)

Explain the factors influencing the partitioning of server side in any
clien
t server system?

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2
.

a)

Discuss how middleware technology acts as a broker in inter
-
tier
communication.

b)

Explain how server name in COM and IOR in CORBA help identify
COM/CORBA severs and clients in a distributed environment.

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3.

a)

Compare the COM and

CORBA with regard to vertical strategy and
horizontal strategy.

b)

Differentiate custom and automation interface in detail. What is the
addition in dual interface in comparison to the custom and
automation approach?

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4.

a)

Discuss the need for stateless
object in distributed object
management.

b)

Discuss the assessment criteria that can be used as objective
standards of judgment for determining when to use
COM

or
COBRA
.

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5.

a)

Discuss the various mapping related issues in COM/CORBA
internetworking specific
ation.

b)

Describe the enterprise application server criteria.

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6.

a)

"Traditional system becomes obsolete with the advent of
technology". Justify this statement supporting the need of legacy
system support in client
-
server computing.

b)

Describe the implement
ation detail of COM/CORBA customer
bridge.

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7.

Write short notes on
(Any Two)

a)

Sandbox security model

b)

COM HRESULTs.

c)

Destroying CORBA objects.

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