1. Above, USERS=5 in [BEA TUXEDO] stands for the limit of WSL and JSL? or only for JSL? or only for WSL?
2. Does USERS=1000000 in [BEA JOLT] have some relation with USERS=5 in [BEA TUXEDO]?
3. Some doc said that "MAXWSCLIENTS <= Tuxedo license". "Tuxedo license" stands for USERS in [BEA TUXEDO] or [BEA JOLT]? Does MAXWSCLIENTS=200 have some errors with [BEA TUXEDO] or [BEA JOLT]?
It seems you have mixed a development licence "part" (TYPE=SDK in the Tuxedo section) with a production license "part" (TYPE=RTK in the JOLT section) in the lic.txt file. Is this license file supposed to be used in a development or a production environment? Is there another Tuxedo license "part" (production, TYPE=RTK) around that you haven't installed?
Number of Jolt clients that can connect through JSL is controlled by BEA JOLT section of the license file. And number of Tuxedo /ws clients (ATMI) that can connect through WSL is controlled by BEA Tuxedo section, which has USERS=5. USERS=5 means maximum number of concurrent connections through WSL is limited to 5. Hope this helps,
Thanks. But why I found that it returns "A lockout has occurred because of license violation" and "Exceeded 110% of TUXEDO System Binary Licensed User Count (21/5), BBL lockout occurs, no new clients can join the application" when there is much JSH client in "pclt -m machine_name of tmadmin"?
That is the number of Jolt users you are licensed for. I don't believe that changes the number of Tuxedo users you are licensed for. So I think you could be licensed for unlimited Jolt users, but only be allowed 5 actual users if your Tuxedo license limits you to 5 clients. Have you taken this up with your Oracle Account Executive?
Oracle Tuxedo Chief Architect
hi Todd, you mean that the users' number limit of jolt should be the same as or less than that of tuxedo? Or else, 1000 of jolt users are never been satisfied because of only 5 users limit of tuxedo. Is that true?