We have an server application that we developed that works on 6.0,
but not 6.1. There are multiple components. One is a socket listener.
The socket listener sends back a "stringified" object reference. This
acts as a simple naming service. That part works. But the client
cannot then convert that object reference into a valid object.
I've tried it with Java and C++. I've even opened up access to the whole
box for the fun of it. Default canned OS installs. 6.0 works, 6.1 doesn't.
The object reference is a CORBA IOR via IIOP/TCP/IP. This prevents the
usage of 6.1 as a server platform. Ideas?
Where *exactly* is it failing? Can you give a short test case
that demonstrates the problem?