Well there are command line tools like tmadmin, tmboot, etc., that allow you to monitor and administer Tuxedo applications and for FML/FML32 based services there is a command line tool called ud (or ud32 for FML32 based services) that allow creating an FML/FML32 buffer and sending it to a service and printing its response. But if you mean a general command line based client application, then the answer would be no.
Oracle Tuxedo Chief Architect
I looked at one of vendor specific scripts we have it is using command like qmadmin,qopen,qinfo etc.
I was able to figure what each does however i wondered if i could pass them all as one command rather than being prompted to enter value for each .
and add them to my shell and run them
Please let me know