Using Oracle Tuxedo ATMI on Windows

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Using Oracle Tuxedo ATMI on Windows Server 2008 R2

Windows Considerations

Configuration Issues

Specifying Machine Type and User ID Numbers

Using Network Drives

Allocating and Releasing Memory Buffers

Using the bankapp Driver

Starting Oracle Tuxedo ATMI Applications Automatically

See Also

Configuring Oracle Tuxedo ATMI for Windows Server 2008 R2

Introducing the Oracle Administration Program

Invoking the Oracle Administration Program

Accessing Other Machines on a Network

Setting and Modifying Environment Variables

Directing Oracle Tuxedo Messages to the Windows Server 2008 R2 Event Log

Setting Up a ULOG

Viewing Windows Server 2008 R2 Event Log Entries

Viewing ULOG Entries

Configuring tlisten Processes to Start Automatically

Configuring IPC Resources to Maximize System Performance

Reviewing the Windows Server 2008 R2 Registry Content

Developer Key

Environment Key

Security Key

Using the Visual C++.Net IDE To Develop Oracle Tuxedo ATMI Applications

Before You Start

Using Development Tool

Using the buildserver and buildclient Commands

Adding BuildTuxedo to the MSDEV Tools Menu

Creating Oracle Tuxedo ATMI Project Files

Setting Up Your Environment

Specifying the Build Type, Header File, and Filename

How BuildTuxedo Uses the Header File

Specifying Function and Service Names

Specifying a Resource Manager

Debugging an Oracle Tuxedo ATMI Server Application

Developing an ATMI Application Using the Command Line Instead of the Visual C++.Net IDE GUI

See Also

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