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C++ CORBA Client Can Not Find Out Type Code Put Into CORBA::Any (Doc ID 1484580.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 9.1 to
Information in this document applies to any platform.


  A C++ CORBA client can not invoke a CORBA object returning a sequence containing a CORBA:Any.
  The unmarshalling is unsuccessful :
  Exception caught by C++ CORBA client : BAD_TYPECODE
  Error message reported :
  LIBORB_CAT:128: ERROR: TypeCode ID not found.
  A JAVA CORBA client can retrieve without any problem such a sequence.
  Why can the JAVA CORBA client can retrieve a sequence containing a "any" and NOT a C++ CORBA client ?


  To reproduce the problem :

  The idl file contains :


  The C++ CORBA client catches CORBA::BAD_TYPECODE exception when retrieving  the sequence.




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