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Latest revision as of 07:58, 13 May 2009



UNO objects in different environments connect via the interprocess bridge. You can execute calls on UNO object instances, that are located in a different process. This is done by converting the method name and the arguments into a byte stream representation, and sending this package to the remote process, for example, through a socket connection. Most of the examples in this manual use the interprocess bridge to communicate with the OpenOffice.org.

This section deals with the creation of UNO interprocess connections using the UNO API.

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