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Using the Tuxedo ATMI Workstation Component

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Workstation Overview

The following sections provide a brief overview of the BEA Tuxedo ATMI Workstation component:


What Is the Workstation Component?

The Workstation component of the BEA Tuxedo system allows application clients to reside on a machine that does not have a full server-side installation, that is, a machine that does not support any administration or application servers. As shown in the following figure, all communication between a Workstation client—an application client running on a Workstation component—and the server application takes place over the network.

Figure 1-1 BEA Tuxedo ATMI Workstation Component Operation

BEA Tuxedo ATMI Workstation Component Operation


Note: A Workstation client communicates with a server application through a workstation handler (WSH) process.

A Workstation client, whether run on a Windows or UNIX system, has access to most of the client ATMI, although a Workstation client does not have all the access privileges available to a native client (that is, a client running on the same machine on which the server program is running). However, both types of clients can do the following:

Limitations of Workstation Clients

Workstation clients do not have access to all the functionality available to native clients. For example, unlike a native client, a Workstation client cannot join an application as tpsysadm, which means that the client cannot subsequently subscribe to an event that issues a service call.

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Workstation Administration

To integrate a Workstation client into a BEA Tuxedo application, you must define any required and desired parameters for that client in the application configuration file. For details, see Setting Up Workstation Clients in Setting Up a BEA Tuxedo Application.

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