• Subject: RE: JTS and the AS/400
  • From: melander@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 15:58:34 -0500

JTA is available with AS/400 Developer Kit for Java 1.1.7 (V4R4)--possibly
other levels, but I don't know for sure.  I'm also not sure if the base
product does it or if you need a PTF to get the support.  I know it is
there, but I don't know what all is involved to use it.

Mel Anderson


"THORN Serge (GVA)" <Serge.THORN@lloydsbank.ch> on 10/29/99 08:08:11 AM

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Subject:  RE: JTS and the AS/400




I'm not familiar with BEA Weblogic, but that sounds possible.. If you look
at thepage below, under "Distributed transaction support", they say they
support JTA!

http://www.beasys.com/products/weblogic/server/datasheet.html
<http://www.beasys.com/products/weblogic/server/datasheet.html>

Serge



-----Original Message-----
From: Luther Ananda Miller [mailto:luther.miller@HYPERE.COM]
Sent: Friday, October 29, 1999 1:52 PM
To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
Subject: Re: JTS and the AS/400


I believe BEA Weblogic runs on the AS/400, so then you would have this
support via their product, is that right?

Luther

-----Original Message-----
From: THORN Serge (GVA) < Serge.THORN@lloydsbank.ch
<mailto:Serge.THORN@lloydsbank.ch> >
To: 'JAVA400-L@midrange.com' <mailto:'JAVA400-L@midrange.com'>  <
JAVA400-L@midrange.com <mailto:JAVA400-L@midrange.com> >
Date: Friday, 29 October 1999 23:00
Subject: RE: JTS and the AS/400



JavaTM Transaction Service (JTS) (definition from SUN)

Specifies the implementation of a transaction manager which supports JTA
(JavaTM Transaction API) and implements the Java mapping of the OMG Object
Transaction Service (OTS) 1.1 specification at the level below the API.

In other words, distributed transactions in EJB application servers (like
Websphere Enterprise or BEA Weblogic) are handled by the CORBA OTS
interface
standard. It is a services that you vvcan qualify as a "transition
coordination".

On the AS/400, Websphere 2.0.2 is available at this stage in an Advanced
version but without CORBA which is part of the Enterprise version (not
available on the AS/400). So I do not think that JTS is natively available
on the AS/400.

Maybe an alternative would be to use another Application Server on another
platform like UNIX or NT, and use JTS to access the AS/400?

Regards

Serge


-----Original Message-----
From: shahar mor [ mailto:shahar_mor@yahoo.com <mailto:shahar_mor@yahoo.com
>
]
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 1999 9:52 PM
To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
Subject: Re: JTS and the AS/400




--- Andrew_Goodspeed@lbss.com wrote:
> Can anyone speak to the considerations for
> implementing JTS against the
> AS/400?  (JTS against anything else would hopefully
> be of use too.)  I'm
> interested in does and don'ts, performance
> considerations, configuration
> options, portability concerns - you name it.
>
> Of particular interest is information about the
> impact of running with or
> without journaling and commitment control.
>
> All information appreciated.
>
> -----------------------------
> Andrew Goodspeed - agoodspeed@lbss.com
> Software Engineer
> London Bridge Group
> Norcross, GA - USA
>
Can someone define what jts is ?

thanks

=====
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consultant
YUVAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
YAHUD - israel
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Title: RE: JTS and the AS/400
I'm not familiar with BEA Weblogic, but that sounds possible.. If you look at thepage below, under "Distributed transaction support", they say they support JTA!
 
 
Serge

 

-----Original Message-----
From: Luther Ananda Miller [mailto:luther.miller@HYPERE.COM]
Sent: Friday, October 29, 1999 1:52 PM
To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
Subject: Re: JTS and the AS/400

I believe BEA Weblogic runs on the AS/400, so then you would have this support via their product, is that right?
 
Luther
-----Original Message-----
From: THORN Serge (GVA) <Serge.THORN@lloydsbank.ch>
To: 'JAVA400-L@midrange.com' <JAVA400-L@midrange.com>
Date: Friday, 29 October 1999 23:00
Subject: RE: JTS and the AS/400

JavaTM Transaction Service (JTS) (definition from SUN)

Specifies the implementation of a transaction manager which supports JTA (JavaTM Transaction API) and implements the Java mapping of the OMG Object Transaction Service (OTS) 1.1 specification at the level below the API.

In other words, distributed transactions in EJB application servers (like Websphere Enterprise or BEA Weblogic) are handled by the CORBA OTS interface standard. It is a services that you vvcan qualify as a "transition coordination".

On the AS/400, Websphere 2.0.2 is available at this stage in an Advanced version but without CORBA which is part of the Enterprise version (not available on the AS/400). So I do not think that JTS is natively available on the AS/400.

Maybe an alternative would be to use another Application Server on another platform like UNIX or NT, and use JTS to access the AS/400?

Regards

Serge


-----Original Message-----
From: shahar mor [mailto:shahar_mor@yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 1999 9:52 PM
To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
Subject: Re: JTS and the AS/400




--- Andrew_Goodspeed@lbss.com wrote:
> Can anyone speak to the considerations for
> implementing JTS against the
> AS/400?  (JTS against anything else would hopefully
> be of use too.)  I'm
> interested in does and don'ts, performance
> considerations, configuration
> options, portability concerns - you name it.
>
> Of particular interest is information about the
> impact of running with or
> without journaling and commitment control.
>
> All information appreciated.
>
> -----------------------------
> Andrew Goodspeed - agoodspeed@lbss.com
> Software Engineer
> London Bridge Group
> Norcross, GA - USA
>
Can someone define what jts is ?

thanks

=====
Shahar mor
consultant
YUVAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
YAHUD - israel
__________________________________________________
Do You Yahoo!?
Bid and sell for free at http://auctions.yahoo.com
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