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Options for Communicating with Tuxedo: SALT, WTC?
We are trying to modernize the UI for a legacy application which currently uses X-Windows as Client and communicates to Application written in C hosted on Tuxedo on the Server. We are planning for a phased migration and looking at modernizing the UI to something Web based like Angular/React.
- Looking at Oracle SALT and Weblogic Tuxedo Connector as the options to communicate with the Tuxedo based App as we replace the UI Layer. Are these the right options?
- Would SALT have an impact on performance due to the SOAP Payload?
- Are these connectors mandatory to communicate with the C based App on Tuxedo server? Or can we write a Java layer on the Web UI which can communicate directly with the C Server using Tuxedo native APIs?
- Are there any links/references which explain this type of integration with Tuxedo? If people can share their experiences that would help as well.