Transaction Router (RTR) is a fault-tolerant, transactional messaging
middleware product used to implement large distributed applications
in client/server environments. RTR enables distributed applications
to run in heterogeneous environments, allowing client and server
applications to interoperate on supported Windows, UNIX, and OpenVMS
over a decade, major financial exchanges and banks around the globe
have relied on HP RTR as the best and simplest method of providing
non-stop 24 x 7 availability for their transaction-intensive applications.
release of RTR is designed to provide the
highest level of quality and reliability. New functionality includes mouse-over pop-up menus for web management pages, an object-oriented interface, and web-based system management.
- Provides support in heterogeneous systems environments through C++ object-oriented interface, which helps application designers write applications faster and easier. The C++
interface also enables creation of system management applications.
- Simplifies RTR configuration
and management by offering web-based system management.
transaction recovery time and increases data availability from
a remote site with fast recovery.
shadow performance enhancements
C++ object-oriented interface provides backward compatibility
for all existing RTR applications. It also gives developers the ability to integrate
individual objects into RTR applications, which use the C functions
call interface. This greatly simplifies the design and implementation
of RTR applications and increases quality by reducing the
amount of code that an RTR application is required to write, removing
the need to manage channels, and reducing the need to understand
web-based graphical user interface (GUI) for monitoring and controlling RTR simplifies
system and operations management. Web-based system management
'monitor' commands—a hierarchically organized subset
and stop RTR
trim and extend
and set partition
shadowing performance enhancements reduce overall transaction
Additional product information
For more information about RTR, refer to the appropriate software product description.
- For OpenVMS, refer to the RTR OpenVMS Software Product Description
- For Tru64 UNIX, refer to the RTR Tru64 UNIX Software Product Description (SPD
- For Windows, refer to the RTR Windows Software Product Description
- For Sun Solaris, refer to the RTR UNIX Software Product Description (SPD 51.54.xx).
- For Linux, refer to the RTR Linux Frontend Software Product Description (SPD 51.54.xx).
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