TUXEDO DOMAIN BLOCKTIME PARAMETER FOR IMPORTED DOMAIN SERVICE DOES NOT WORK WHEN USING A JOLT CLIENT

(Doc ID 1664446.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 04, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 11.1.1.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Local Tuxedo domain dom1 where a JOLT client and a native client written in C run.

Remote Tuxedo domain dom2 exporting TOUPPER2 service.

Import TOUPPER2 service in local domain dom1 level :

 *DM_IMPORT
 TOUPPER2        RNAME=TOUPPER2
                        BLOCKTIME=10

 Note BLOCKTIME for the imported service is set to 10 seconds.

 

Compare behavior of the JOLT client and the native client written in C.
 If the remote service call lasts too long :
 
  - for a JOLT client, a BLOCKTIME specified timeout at *DM_IMPORT service level will NOT occur.

 Note BLOCKTIME at *DM_IMPORT level is ACTIVE(TPETIME, tperrno=13, received after 10 sec time limit triggered)
 

Cause

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