Questions Regarding Tuxedo Libraries Changes After Applying Tuxedo Patch
(Doc ID 1564514.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 07, 2023
Applies to:Oracle Tuxedo - Version 22.214.171.124.0 and later
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After applying Tuxedo Rolling Patch RP073 it was noticed that few libraries changed.
As applications dynamically link those libraries we are wondering:
- Is it required to recompile the application servers?
- What is the function of the .pbk files? Can they be ignored?
- What is the effect of the .text differences?
- There are 2 types of differences in the header files:
- New define statements. If they are used by the new Tuxedo binaries \ libraries, Wouldn’t we need to compile against them?
- Change in a static variable char h_tpadm by increasing the size of the string, Would this cause any problem?
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