What are Important Files in Tuxedo Directory

by Prashant on February 1, 2013

in General, PeopleSoft Administration

As you would know that PeopleSoft has several different components which have their own role to play in PeopleSoft Architecture. These components have different file structures and contains important executables and configuration files. We have listed the directory structure of these major PeopleSoft components and compiled a list of important directories and file within them.

Below are the major components of PeopleSoft System.
1.File server
2.Web server
3.Application Server
4.Tuxedo
5.Batch server / Process scheduler
6.Database server

This post will discuss about the Tuxedo directories and configuration Files.

  • Tuxedo remains the centre of the application server.
  • There are many advantages to having an application server performing transaction management for you.  Probably the biggest advantage is the thin Tuxedo and Jolt communication protocols available for communicating with the client.
  • Without an application server, the client has to communicate with the database in SQL.  The work done by server processes in the domain can be broken down roughly as follows, divided between “Business” servers and Tuxedo
  • Tuxedo and Jolt must be installed on any host system that you plan to use as an application server.  Remember that Jolt is simply a Java-enabled version of Tuxedo.

On Windows Tuxedo would be installed in C:\Tuxedo. Below are the important directories and files

Apps:                             It contains the tuxedo application related folders.

Bin:                                 It contains the tuxedo executables

Lib:                                 It contains the library files

Also Read:  What are Important Files on PeopleSoft Application Server

Patchlev:                    It provides the tuxedo patch level information

Joltpatchlev:           It provides the jolt patch level information

Lic:                                 It provides the tuxedo version details

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