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BEA Jolt

BEA Jolt is a Java class library and API that provides an interface to BEA Tuxedo from remote Java clients.



Introduces BEA Jolt and provides information about Jolt configuration and development. Describes how to use the Jolt Bulk Loader, Repository Editor, Jolt Class Library, JoltBeans, and servlet connectivity to BEA Tuxedo.

Contains reference information about Java class libraries online in Javadoc - commented HTML. The Javadoc comments are in the class library files.

Describes how BEA Jolt for BEA WebLogic Server works and explains how to use, configure, and integrate BEA Jolt to work with BEA Tuxedo and BEA WebLogic Server.

Using BEA Jolt

Introduces BEA Jolt, the Java-based interface to the BEA Tuxedo system.

Describes the Jolt Bulk Loader, a command utility that allows you to load multiple, previously defined Tuxedo services to the repository database at one time.

Describes how to configure the BEA Jolt system.

Describes the Jolt Repository Editor, which you can use to add, modify, test, export, and delete Tuxedo service definitions from the Repository based on the information available from the Tuxedo configuration file.

Provides information about the BEA Jolt Class Library that provides developers with a set of new object-oriented Java language classes for accessing BEA Tuxedo services.

Describes JoltBeans that create Jolt client applications with the ease of using JavaBeans. JoltBeans are JavaBeans components that are used in Java development environments (IDEs) to construct Jolt clients.

Describes how to use servlet connectivity to use HTTP servlets to perform server-side Java tasks in response to HTTP requests.

Describes all the BEA Jolt exceptions that you may encounter. Keep in mind that the Jolt Class Library returns both BEA Jolt and Tuxedo exceptions.

Includes terms that are applicable to Jolt.

Using BEA Jolt with BEA WebLogic Server

Introduces BEA Jolt for BEA WebLogic Server, lists its key feature, describes how is works, and introduces the samples applications.

Describes how to configure the Jolt Session Pool connection between BEA Tuxedo and BEA WebLogic Server.

Describes how to set up Jolt to connect to BEA Tuxedo from your BEA WebLogic Server application or servlet.

Lists the class hierarchy for the BEA Jolt for BEA WebLogic Server API

Describes the Simple Servlet Sample and how to configure and use it.

Describes the Servlet with Enterprise JavaBean Example, and how to configure, build, and run it.