The Tuxedo System: Software for Constructing and Managing Distributed Business Applications
||Author: Juan M. Andrade, Terence Dwyer, Stephen Felts, Mark Carges|
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Pub Co (September, 1996)
Sales Rank: 50,006
Average Customer Rating: 3.6 out of 5
Customer ReviewsRating: 2 out of 5
An illution of simplicity
I find this book rather poorly structured. The authors have not decided if this is a book for developers or for administrators, and they try to make it a book for both. I think they have ended ut writing a book for nobody.
All code fragments need another look. I know that they are not intended for a compiler, but I think they should at least look that way.
As in most TUXEDO documentation the authors have a hard time getting to the point. Technical computer litterature can be a lot more pedagogic and easy to read than this!
Rating: 5 out of 5
A Model For Computer Books
This book is written the way books in this field should be written! Take note computer community, the authors of this book have not simply compiled an encyclopedia, but have carefully crafted a book. Early chapters provide theory and and lay the foundation for the detailed chapters that follow, covering everything from transactions to MIBS. Useful examples are povided, and it is impossible to finish this book without a conversational understanding of Tuxedo. If you need to know the difference between an RPC, FML buffer, and an RM, get the book!
Rating: 5 out of 5
Great introduction to Tuxedo. What I like the most is the completeness of the book. In other words, they define all their terms and assume no prior knowledge. I got up to speed very quickly on Tuxedo thanks to this book.
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