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What's the difference between weblogic server and weblogic tuxedo?

 
Simon millen
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Michael Pearson
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Originally posted by let_mb:
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WebLogic is a J2EE Application Server, Tuxedo is not.
Tuxedo is an application server, but not Java based. You use it to deploy solutions developed with C, C++, or Cobol.
It's a high performance AS originally developed by BEA. BEA acquired WebLogic via acquisition back in the 1990's.
 
Senthil B Kumar
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Then is Jolts the BEA Propieratory Java API's provided by BEA to communicate with Tuxedo from WebLogic Server ?
 
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This linkprovide more info
 
Senthil B Kumar
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Hi,
Initially i didnt know about Tuxedo. By going through few questions in JavaRanch and few docs in Bea site, it looks like Tuxedo is a Transaction Server + an App Server for applications developed in C++,COBOL... etc.

If Tuxedo is so powerfull as a Transaction Server, can i use it for my Java Web Application as a Transaction Server.

or should i use JTA (Java Transaction API) ?

My App Server will be BEA WebLogic 7.1 or above.

Any Idea ?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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