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Invoking tuxedo service without using jolt

3979465
3979465 Member Posts: 4
edited May 2019 in Tuxedo

Hi,

I have a service written in c, using the ATMI library, and sitting on Tuxedo environment.

The tuxedo is on my linux guest os.

I'm trying to invoke the service using a java client application which is on the host os without using JOLT or ATMI . Just want to send a socket to the tlistener.

Nevertheless i have a communication working between the host to guest and vica versa but I can't make it to work.

Can you help me?

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  • user9130018
    user9130018 Member Posts: 77 Blue Ribbon
    edited April 2019

    If you want to call remote service "without using JOLT or ATMI" you can write some local tcp/ip daemon which will also be tuxedo client and will accept connections from java client and call local services:   host1: java ------> tcp/ip custom protocol -----> host2: listener = atmi tuxedo C/C++ client which will call services on host2 tuxedo domain.

    Or perhaps you are trying to talk to the tlisten server?

  • 3979465
    3979465 Member Posts: 4
    edited April 2019

    Hi,

    Thanks for your response,

    Do you have an example for tcp/ip daemon in tuxedo client? or a tutorial to write one?

  • user9130018
    user9130018 Member Posts: 77 Blue Ribbon
    edited May 2019

    I wrote this at work so I don't own the source and I can't publish it. You can get some generic tcp/ip single threaded client/server and combine this with single-threaded tuxedo client or use multithreaded version of both of them. If you can write workstation or native tuxedo client you will be able to do the work

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