By R A Sanyal on Mar 19, 2013
The application service version feature provides a configuration-driven approach to deploy different versions of Tuxedo application services in a domain or across domains without changing the existing application. With application service version feature, you can logically partition Tuxedo applications into different virtual application domains, machines, and server groups to respond to various business requirements, including uninterrupted application upgrade for high availability.
The Application Service Versioning feature provides MIB support to obtain and change version information at runtime. It also provides cross domain, TMQFORWARD and COBOL support.
You can use the application service version feature to:
Plan, develop, test, scale and deploy Oracle Tuxedo applications
Partition different virtual application domains and different virtual server groups in the current Oracle Tuxedo management hierarchy.
Set up user applications according to a defined version
Seamlessly upgrade the application and reduce upgrade procedure risk
Check out the video below to learn more about what to consider when using application service version, new configuration attributes in the UBB configuration file and the domain configuration file, and to see a demo.