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Getting Started with Oracle Tuxedo by Biru Chattopadhayay

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Configuring and structuring a Tuxedo application

The Tuxedo configuration file, also called the UBBCONFIG file, is the most important configuration file for a Tuxedo environment or application. The UBBCONFIG file is a text file that contains various sections to structure your application, and each section has parameters with respective values to configure and manage the Tuxedo application. It has eight sections, of which five sections are required for all configurations: RESOURCES, MACHINES, GROUPS, SERVERS, and SERVICES; the rest of the sections (NETGROUPS, NETWORK, and ROUTING) are optional. This is a text file, so it can be created or maintained using any text editor that works with a text file.

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