San Diego '99
oRTR: The New Object- Oriented RTR API
- Topic Area:
- Track: eBusiness
- Topic: Electronic Commerce
- Type: Breakout Session
04:30 PM Duration:
- Dennis McCormick
- Senior Software Engineer, Compaq Computer Corporation
- oRTR is the new object-oriented API for Compaq's Reliable Transaction Router. This session describes the object-oriented concepts and architecture of oRTR, oRTR's design requirements, its benefits over the traditional RTR API, and its ease-of-use features. Also discussed are an overview of oRTR's class architecture, class descriptions, derived receive models and how oRTR can be integrated with current RTR applications. Pointers on how to get started will be followed by Q&A.
- Understand the essential concepts, architecture and advantages of oRTR, RTR's new object-oriented API.
- Understand how oRTR can be integrated into currently existing RTR applications.
- Find out how to get started with oRTR.
- Prerequisites for attendees:
- Know general transaction theory (ACID properties of a transaction, two-phase commit, and transaction and resource managers). Assumes a working knowledge of traditional RTR setup and application programming. OO design and C++ knowledge are very helpful.
- Required Skill Level:
Assumes general knowledge of topic, familiarity w/basic terms & procedures
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