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Getting Started with Oracle Tuxedo by Biru Chattopadhayay

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Developing a Tuxedo client

A client is an application program that initiates requests in the Tuxedo application. This can be built in different platforms (for example, in both terminal and graphical interfaces). A client has to join the application before it can make any request to a server/service and must leave the application before exiting.

There are basically two types of clients:

  • Native client: This runs on the same platform as the Tuxedo domain, meaning it is attached locally
  • Workstation (WS) client: This runs on a different machine and joins over the network to a Tuxedo application running on a different machine

The design, coding, and operation of these two types of clients are the same—the ATMI for both are identical. There are some differences ...

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