Tuxedo 8.0/8.1 - If The ISL Server Is Not Defined In Tuxedo Application Configuration File (Ubbconfig) The Native Client Gets Much Slower
(Doc ID 772221.1)
Last updated on MAY 19, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Tuxedo - Version 8.0 to 8.1
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When there is no ISL Server defined in the the Tuxedo application configuration file (ubbconfig), the native CORBA clients (as opposed to remote CORBA which are going through the ISL Server) become noticeably slower.
To outline this performance issue, the test-case simply consists of CORBA/simpapp in the one which the client loops through the entire sequence of calls (starting at ORB_Init()) for a certain number of times.
If the ISL server is present in the ubbconfig, the calls are made quite fast but if the ISL server definition is commented out, the program gets much slower.
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