Short for transaction processing monitor, a program that monitors a transaction as it passes from one stage in a process to another. The TP monitor’s purpose is to ensure that the transaction processes completely or, if an error occurs, to take appropriate actions.
TP monitors are especially important in three-tier architectures that employ load balancing because a transaction may be forwarded to any of several servers. In fact, many TP monitors handle all the load balancing operations, forwarding transactions to different servers based on their availability.
Acronym for The Real-time Operating system Nucleus. It is a set of interfaces and design guidelines (a set of software design specifications) for creating the computer code that will become the kernel. The TRON interfaces and design guidelines are copyrighted by the TRON Association, but they are available for use by software developers anywhere in […]
Short for Telephony Server API, an API developed by Novell and AT&T that enables programmers to build telephony and CTI applications. TSAPI is similar to TAPI, which was developed by Microsoft and Intel. But whereas TAPI has been implemented for the Windows operating system, TSAPI runs on Netware platforms. Another key difference is that TAPI […]
TR-069 CPE WAN Management Protocol (CWMP) was created by the DSL Forum to standardize the Wide Area Network (WAN) management of CWMP. The TR-069 protocol specifically defines a common method for CPE devices to communicate with an Auto Configuration Server (ACS).
Freeware video authoring software for creating VCD and SVCDs. It supports chapters, still menus, motion menus and other authoring options.
Short for Transaction Signature, TSIG is a computer networking protocol used by the Domain Name System (DNS) as a way to authenticate updates to a dynamic DNS database. The RFC 2845 specification specifically states that the TSIG protocol allows for transaction level authentication using shared secrets and one way hashing. It can be used to […]