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How to Set Up A Domain Acting As a Proxy Domain ? (Doc ID 1513692.1)

Last updated on MAY 19, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 10.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

1. What is a "proxy" domain ?

 

A Tuxedo domain acting as a "proxy" domain is a domain connecting to a set of Tuxedo remote domains which are not connected each other. This "proxy" domain imports all of the services exported by all of the domains to which it is connected and exports them to some of he remote domains connected to him.

This "proxy" domain is a central domain for a set of remote domains ignoring (not connected to) the other remote domains.


How to set up such a service request propagation from one domain to another one, if they are not connected each other ?

 

2. Sample presentation


For example, consider 1 central domain acting as a "proxy" domain and 3 domains only connected to this "proxy" domain.
RSVC2A is a service published by dom2.
There is a request from a dom1 domain client to this "RSVC2A" service. No dom1 local server can handle the request.
dom1 and dom2 domains are not connected each other.
dom1 and dom2 are only connected to the central domain.
How can dom1 gateway domain can import RSVC2A service ?

In the sample of domain configuration files given below, this RSVC2A service will be published by dom3 gateway too.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
 1. What is a "proxy" domain ?
 2. Sample presentation
Solution
 1.CONFIGURATION FILE OF dom1 DOMAIN
 2.CONFIGURATION FILE OF dom2 DOMAIN
 3.CONFIGURATION FILE OF dom3 DOMAIN
 4.CONFIGURATION FILE OF CENTRAL or "proxy" DOMAIN


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