BEA Tuxedo ATMI Application Development

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6.250 
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  • Seminar
  • Anfänger
  • Inhouse
  • Dauer:
    5 Tage
Beschreibung

This 5 day course provides application designers and developers with the basic knowledge and skills to develop BEA Tuxedo client and server applications in the C programming language. In addition to the basic client-server calls and use of message buffers, the course also covers distributed transactions, store-and-forward message queues, and event handling. This course is suitable for students..
Gerichtet an: Application Developers and other technical staff that will develop and build BEA Tuxedo Applications..

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· Voraussetzungen

An understanding of basic client/server and networking concepts

C/C++ programming skills and experience with program development in either a UNIX or Windows NT/2000 environment

Themenkreis

Seminarziel:

This 5 day course provides application designers and developers with the basic knowledge and skills to develop BEA Tuxedo client and server applications in the C programming language. In addition to the basic client-server calls and use of message buffers, the course also covers distributed transactions, store-and-forward message queues, and event handling. This course is suitable for students that will work with BEA

Tuxedo product versions 6.5, 7.1, or 8.0.

Zielgruppe:

Application Developers and other technical staff that will develop and build BEA Tuxedo Applications.

Inhalt:

  • Provides an overview of BEA Tuxedo, the client/server programming model, and communications paradigms


  • Describes basic application deployment


  • Explains how to develop request and reply applications


  • Explains how to develop conversational applications


  • Illustrates the use and management of buffers


  • Describes the use of store and forward message queuing


  • Explains how to use event-based communication to manage brokered events


  • Covers the use of the security features in Tuxedo


  • Describes how to develop distributed transactional applications


  • Introduction to the BEA Tuxedo product


  • Introduction to the Application-to-Transaction Monitor Interface (ATMI)


  • Basic client/server development (request/reply)


  • Basic application deployment


  • Asynchronous, Conversational paradigms


  • Store and forward messaging, /Q


  • Security


  • Publish/Subscribe (Tuxedo Event Broker)


  • Transactions


  • Workstation Clients


Voraussetzung:

An understanding of basic client/server and networking concepts

C/C++ programming skills and experience with program development in either a UNIX or Windows NT/2000 environment