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Getting Started with Oracle Tuxedo by Biru Chattopadhayay

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Administering the Tuxedo queue (/Q)

Tuxedo provides a reliable queue based on the XA-compliant resource manager (TMS – Transaction Manager Server), which provides the framework to store messages in a reliable storage and forward it to different components. These could be services, clients, or components within different Tuxedo processes. The purpose of a queue is to perform time-independent communication. Any client or server can store onto (enqueue) and retrieve (dequeue) a message from the queue. Tuxedo provides the TMQUEUE server, which provides this enqeuing and dequing service.

Tuxedo also provides a server called TMQFORWARD, which dequeues a message and forwards it to other services. Messages can be retrieved in any of several ordering schemes, ...

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