The TUXEDO Transaction Processing System is a flexible software product that provides applications designers and programmers with a field tested framework for building UNIX System V-based On-Line Transaction Processing (OLTP) applications in a distributed networked computing environment. The TUXEDO System/T architecture is that of an enhanced client server model with additional capabilities that support networking of heterogeneous machines, distributed transaction processing, data dependent routing, and interfaces for administration of an OLTP application. The volumes in this series cover Release 4.1 of the TUXEDO Transaction Processing System and should be of interest to programmers, developers and administrators. This guide describes how the Field Manipulation Language (FML) is integrated into the TUXEDO System. The FML is a set of C language functions for defining and manipulating storage structures called fielded buffers. This text focuses on the function, benefits and costs of fielded buffers and FML records, and explains how to use them in application programs.
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