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RP/TUX 9.1 - OpenSSL symbol conflicts with Oracle 10.2 (Doc ID 777467.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 19, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo / Tuxedo / 9.1
Information in this document applies to any platform


Tuxedo 9.1 and Oracle 10.2 are exporting the same set of symbols from their own versions of OpenSSL on Suse Linux 9.0.

"On most UNIX systems, binding to an exported symbol is done at run-time according to which library exporting a
symbol was loaded first.  So, if the Tuxedo libraries are loaded prior to the Oracle libraries, the Oracle libraries
will use the OpenSSL symbols exported from the Tuxedo libraries.  Similarly, if the Oracle libraries are loaded first,
then the Tuxedo libraries would end up calling into the Oracle libraries for OpenSSL symbols.  Apparently, the OpenSSL
versions used by Oracle and Tuxedo conflict in some way.  Perhaps they are different OpenSSL versions, or were
compiled with different compiler flags that makes them not binary compatible." 

Between Oracle 10.2 and Tuxedo 9.1, there are 157 symbols that conflict.

Tuxedo 9.1 
Oracle 10.2


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