Programming an Oracle Tuxedo Application Using Java

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Introduction to Oracle Tuxedo Java Programming

Overview

Programing Guidelines

Programming Environment

Tuxedo Java Server Threads and Java Class Instance Model

Tuxedo Java Server Initialization and Termination Methods

Tuxedo 12c Release 2 (12.1.3) Behaviors

Tuxedo 12c Release 1 (12.1.1) Behaviors

tpsvrinit() Handling

tpsvrdone() Handling

Tuxedo Java Server tpreturn() Methods

Tuxedo Java Server Exception Handling

ATMI Java Server User Interfaces

TuxedoJavaServer

Oracle Tuxedo Java Context

TJATMI Primitives for Tuxedo Java Applications

TypedBuffers for Tuxedo Java Applications

Limitations for Typedbuffer Support

Get/Set Service Information

Exception

Trace

Newly Added Java APIs from Tuxedo 12c Release 2 (12.1.3)

Newly Added Java APIs

Examples for Programming with Newly Java APIs

Implementing Services in Oracle Tuxedo Java Server

Typical Procedures

Example: Implementing Java Service without Transaction

Defining Java Classes

Creating Java Server Configuration File

Updating UBB Configuration File

Example: Implementing Java Service with Transaction

Defining Java Classes

Creating Java Server Configuration File

Updating UBB Configuration File

Reference

Using FML with Oracle Tuxedo Java Server

Overview of FML

The Oracle WebLogic Tuxedo Connector FML API

FML Field Table Administration

Using the DynRdHdr Property for mkfldclass32 Class

Gaining TypedFML32 Performance Improvements

Using VIEW with Oracle Tuxedo Java Server

Overview of VIEW Buffers

How to Create a VIEW Description File

Example VIEW Description File

How to Use the viewj Compiler

How to Pass Information to and from a VIEW Buffer

How to Use VIEW Buffers in JATMI Applications

How to Get VIEW32 Data In and Out of FML32 Buffers


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