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TP and Middleware : Other related TP documents

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^Transaction Processing and Middleware


* Transaction Internet Protocol
A (draft) internet spec from Microsoft and Tandem on a preposed protocol called TIP (Transaction Internet Protocol) for providing guaranteed atomicity of transcations conducted across the Internet. It proposes a very simple two-phase commit system that is independent of the specific program-to-program communication protocol in use. It is largely envisaged as a "remote-access" protocol to augment, rather than replace, the existing intra-nodal communications already built into most TP Monitor systems.
* A View of Middleware
An article by Rich Schreiber reviewing and cataloging the functions and relationships of selected middleware components, and providing a framework for describing and designing TP applications and systems.
* Glossary of Transaction Processing terms
* IBM Component Broker Home Page
An architecture and middleware for delivering multi-tier distributed mission-critical applications using Web browsers and Java technology on the Internet/intranet/extranet.
* IBM Component Broker Technical Overview
An overview of IBM's Internet/intranet/extranet middleware product.
* Write your own general-purpose message-oriented middleware (MOM) in Java
Another good step-by-step article from JavaWorld showing how to write a basic channel-based message-passing system.
* Object Watch
ObjectWatch is an electronic newsletter with news, analysis, and articles about distributed object technologies and middleware.
* Ten Rules for Distributed Object Systems
Ten rules by Roger Sessions for developing and implementing successful distributed object systems.
* Rebol Offers Cross-Platform Messaging
Rebol is an object-oriented programming language for messaging between different platforms with minimal coding, shortly to be made freely available by Rebol Technologies . Rebol (which stands for Relative Expression-Based Object Language) is designed to be both platform and network protocol-independent, meaning the application programmer doesn't have to deal with the underlying networking protocols, socket layers, or communications commands. Not sure how widely adopted it will be, but probably worth a look when it is released "by late summer".
* XML-RPC Specification
XML-RPC is a Remote Procedure Calling protocol that works over the Internet. An XML-RPC message is an HTTP-POST request. The body of the request is in XML. A procedure executes on the server and the value it returns is also formatted in XML. The XML-RPC protocol was initially implemented in the Frontier 5.1 site management system.
* Headline: BEA Systems Buys WebLogic
29-Sept-1998: BEA Systems purchased WebLogic, maker of the Tengah Java Web application-server.
* OpenMOM Message Broker
OpenMOM is an enterprise scalable message broker that enables deployment of heterogeneous multi-tier applications over networks. It enables asynchronous or synchronous two-way object exchange between JAVA, Visual Basic, C/C++, Python, Perl, 4GLs (OpenROAD…) distributed components.
NOTE: This is a commercial product rather than Open Source as the name may imply!.
* MessageQ.com
The Independant Voice For Message Queuing.

TP and Middleware : Other contributed TP links


See Also:
^Transaction Processing and Middleware


* DataMirror Transaction Server
Company providing realtime, bi-directional, field level, transformational data propagation between AS/400 with DB2, NT (Intel based or Alpha) with SQL Server, UNIX and NT with Oracle and UNIX with Sybase. Provides for Data Distribution/Sharing, High Availability/Failover and population of DataWarehouse/Data MArt environments from operational systems with minimal processing/IO overhead
* Sybase's JaguarCTS component transaction server
high-speed OLTP applications for the Internet as well as traditional corporate networks
* Middle Tier/Object Server
Brief description of an object server running on top of a transaction server. Introduces a new object/relational mapping approach. Platform and database independent and written in 100% pure Java.
* Extending MSMQ to non-Windows Platforms
This page describes Level 8 Systems FalconMQ, a product for extending Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) to non-Windows Platforms.
* Common Enterprise Integration Framework (CEIF)
CEIF is a technology-independent specification that allows you to modify business rules or technology infrastructure without re-architecting your computing enterprise. It enables enterprise computing by providing seamless and secure sharing of data and applications across your enterprise.
* Tracking down ambiguous Tuxedo/Oracle errors
Two errors confuse even experienced Tuxedo developers, especially when SQL code has been copied from one service to another.
* CICS Internet connectivity - Crossland Consulting
Documents the options available to connect CICS to the internet
* RescueKit for MSMQ
RescueKit for MSMQ is a FREE tool that allows you to administer easily your MSMQ Independent Client running on Windows 9x, Windows NT and Windows 2K. RescueKit for MSMQ provides access to information and functionality only available throught MSMQ 2.0 snap-in administration tool.
* IBM Middleware API Adopted By Standards Group
IBM's Application Messaging Interface (AMI) high-level messaging interface is being adopted by Open Applications Group (OAGI) for its Open Applications Group Middleware API Specification (OAGMAS) enterprise application integration standard.
* xmlBlaster
XmlBlaster is a publish/subscribe and point to point MOM server (message-oriented middleware) which exchanges messages between publishers and subscribers. The message is described with XML-encoded meta information. Messages may contain everything, GIF images, Java objects, Python scripts, XML data, a word document, plain text - just anything.
Communication with the server is based on CORBA (using JacORB), and subscribers can use XPath expressions to filter the messages they wish to receive. If for some clients CORBA is too rigid as communication protocol, other protocols like email or http may be plugged in.
* wftk: Open-source workflow toolkit
This project will provide an open-source alternative to the proprietary workflow systems available on the commercial market.



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