BEA Tuxedo lets you build CORBA C++applications that
combine the best features of an Object Request Broker (ORB),
distributed objects and transaction processing technology. The
applications have the advantage of a CORBA-compliant programming model,
combined with a powerful and robust Application-to-Transaction Monitor
Interface (ATMI) infrastructure. The information presented here is
designed to help you get started, develop CORBA applications,
administer your systems, and find detailed reference descriptions.
- Getting Started
Presents an overview of the CORBA environment in the
BEA Tuxedo product and describes the process of developing CORBA
applications using the BEA Tuxedo software.
Provides links to topics that describe how to
enhance basic CORBA applications with features such as security,
naming, and events.
Explains how to perform the administration tasks
associated with building and running CORBA applications.
Provides links to reference information about the
Object Management Group (OMG) Interface Definition Language (IDL), the
mapping of OMG IDL to C++, the Implementation Configuration File (ICF),
the TP framework application programming interface (API), the Bootstrap
object, the CORBA API, Server-side mapping, and other APIs. In
addition, links to the descriptions of the commands, system processes,
and MIBs used by CORBA applications are included.
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