I am using Solaris 10 and Oracle 11g on a SPARC system to run View-1 which is Motorola’s software for configuration of Next Level equipment… I am running into issues configuring my OSI CMISE network as that I do not have the CMISE agent “namemgr” on my computer can anyone send me in the direction of the software used today to configure an OSI network I know Solstice OSI used to be available it also went by the name of SunLink I believe that both were discontinued I have the entire middleware media pack I just am not sure which programs are going to help me… I read somewhere that Tuxedo and Message Q would get me where I need to go however I did not find any Message Q software in the media pack. If anyone knows for sure how to set up an OSI network the info would be great.
Sorry but I believe MessageQ will not be helpful to provide OSI CMISE service.
Generally saying, MessageQ is a Message-oriented Middleware. It mainly focus on provideing the universal Message delivery and/or publish interface, the reliable message transmission, kinds of delivery mode(synch/asynch/one-way), permanent/dynamic storage, and so on. But it doesn't help to construct the network layer.
In another word, it works over the exist network/ipc protocol to provide a universal clue layer in a loose-coupling system.
There may be MessageQ edocs which mentioned the OSI. I suppose they should be related with DECnet on OVMS. Given DECnet provide support for OSI/DECnet/TCPIP, with that MessageQ also can be deployed over OSI network layer.
So now I am in the process of installing Tuxedo on my Blade2500 I think it will give me the ability to configure my OSI network... I found a patch "Tuxedo Mainframe Adapter for OSI TP 10gR3 for Solaris Operating System (SPARC 32-bit)" witch I'm hoping will help me... will it be a problem running 32-bit software when I have the 64-bit system installed? Is this the right software for setting up an OSI network?
Glad to hear that.
How about the current status? If you need the help from TMA guys, you can send me a mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) and then I can forward it to them for you.
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