Inspect is an interactive symbolic debugger that enables you to isolate program bugs quickly. It is a tool for debugging programs on Tandem Systems like C, C++, SCOBOL, TAL etc. Inspect has three command modes: High-Level Mode – Provides source level access to your program. Low-Level Mode – Provides machine level access. Automatic command mode selection. Note: SCOBOL program can be debugged in high level mode only. Inspect components: The inspect process – Provides the terminal interface to Inspect. The IMON process pair – Monitors the operation of Inspect for an entire system. There is one IMON process pair for each system. The DMON processRead More →

PATHWAY is an application manager. It is a basic environment required to run an application manager. This environment that is made up of the following components: PATHMON: Central controlling process for operations within the pathway or a supervising process that manages all other processes running in a PATHWAY system. PATHCOM: Command Interface to PATHMON process. TCP (Terminal Control Process): Allows requesters to interact with servers. Executes the SCOBOL program in your application and co-ordinate communication between screen programs, I/O devices or processes, Server Processes and PATHMON processes. REQUESTERS: Client, one which sends the request to server for any information. SERVERS: Takes request from Requesters, theseRead More →

It was founded in 1974 and is used where there is need of processing large number of business transactions per second and to record them instantly in a database.These are also known as HP NONSTOP Systems (Including Hardware and Software) are designed to meet all the demanding requirements of online transaction processing (OLTP). These are designed specifically for OLTP. OLTP is the processing of data related to business transaction & activities as they occur. The major feature of OLTP is to keep the database up to date all the times. The unique feature provided by tandem OLTP system is Fault Tolerance, which means to withstandRead More →