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Getting Started with Oracle Tuxedo by Biru Chattopadhayay

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Tuxedo commands

There are a huge number (around 100) of commands with various options to administrate a Tuxedo system. I have listed all the commands in this section and picked up the most important ones to discuss in brief.

The buildclient command

This is used to construct a Tuxedo ATMI client module; its syntax is as follows:

buildclient [-v] [{-r rmname | -w }][ -o name]  [ -f firstfiles] [ -l lastfiles]  

Let's discuss the attributes of this command:

  • -v: The buildclient command should work in verbose mode to ensure that all the messages can be seen during compilation.
  • -r: This option specifies the resource manager associated with this client to be part of a transaction.
  • -w: This option specifies that the client is to be built using the workstation ...

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