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Getting Started with Oracle Tuxedo by Biru Chattopadhayay

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Monitoring and changing a Tuxedo application

The administrator needs to be able to constantly monitor and tune parameters, add or remove a user, deploy or undeploy an application, and create or change queues, access control lists, and so on. The Tuxedo MIB contains all the information needed for the operation of an Oracle Tuxedo application. There are two different administrative tools that access the MIB and allow for dynamic configuration of a Tuxedo application. The third one is the Tuxedo Admin Console, which has not been updated since Tuxedo 8, and hence it is not included in our discussion.

Monitoring and changing a Tuxedo application

The following is a list of the MIB's components:

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