- DCOM: (Distributed Component Object Model)
- CORBA: (Common Object Request:Broker Architecture)
- RMI: (Remote Method Invocation)
- Legacy systems
- ODBC: (Open Database Connectivity)
- IIOP: (Internet Inter-Object Protocol)
- A standard developed by Microsoft that allows applications to access.It only works on Windows operating platforms.
- A standard developed by OMG (Object Management Group)to enablethe communication between objects.It is available on a wide variety of operating platforms.
- A standard developed by Sun for the communication between objects.This works with Java objects only.
- A system in which a company has already investeda large amount of time and money. It may make use of a DBMS(Database Management System)and runon a mini or mainframe computer.
- A method developed by Microsoftto allow compliant databases and applications tocommunicate through a special driver layer.
- A protocol developed by OMG (Object Management Group)to enablethe communication of complex objects across the World Wide Web.