Building Client/Server Applications Using TUXEDO

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Wiley, Feb 16, 1996 - Computers - 496 pages
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Designing and building cost-effective, high-performance client/server applications using TUXEDO(r)

The most comprehensive guide on the subject, this book shows you how to use TUXEDO to design, build, and quickly and efficiently implement the most cost-effective, high-performance client/server applications.

Award-winning systems designer Carl Hall gives you practical, nuts-and-bolts information that you won't find in the system documentation. He begins with a concise overview of transaction processing principles essential for supporting high-volume client/server applications in heterogeneous environments. Then with the help of figures, detailed design guidelines, programming examples, and a complete case study, he shows you how to put TUXEDO to work in the client/server application development process.

You'll get:

  • Detailed guidelines on how to get the most out of TUXEDO
  • Expert tips on achieving and maintaining high levels of application performance
  • A wealth of practical information not found in Novell documentation

Building Client/Server Applications Using TUXEDO helps architects, designers, and developers to choose TUXEDO features that fit specific application requirements.

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Introduction to ClientServer Technology
Enhanced ClientServer Technology
TUXEDO and Databases

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About the author (1996)

CARL L. HALL is President of Carl Lyman Associates and an award-winning designer of large open systems. He specializes in design and development of client/server systems, primarily using TUXEDO as a development platform.

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