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Getting Started with Oracle Tuxedo by Biru Chattopadhayay

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Chapter 3. Development of Tuxedo – Various APIs

The Tuxedo application interface is called Application-to-Transaction Monitor Interface (ATMI). In this chapter, we will discuss how to use these interfaces to build your applications—combinations of the client and server modules, Tuxedo buffer types, communication paradigms, and transactions (XA). These ATMIs are very rich and could be overwhelming to start with, so my intention is to give you a quick overview of each of their categories and some brief characteristics so that you are able to design and build a standard Tuxedo application quickly. The two primary languages used for writing a Tuxedo application are C and COBOL; C++ is also used for the object-oriented version of Tuxedo, which is CORBA-based ...

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