Encina (software)

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Encina was an implementation of the Distributed Computing Environment originally developed by Transarc, who were later acquired by IBM.[1][2][3]

It was used as the basis of IBM TXSeries[4], which is a variant of CICS for non-mainframe platforms (however, in newer versions of TXSeries, the Encina component has been removed.)


  1. ^ Chorafas, Dimitris (14 February 1998). "OSF/1 and the ENCINA Transaction Monitor". Transaction Management. Palgrave Macmillan UK. pp. 156–174. doi:10.1057/9780230376533_8. ISBN 978-0-312-21018-2.
  2. ^ Sherman, Mark (1993-06-01). "Architecture of the Encina distributed transaction processing family". ACM SIGMOD Record. 22 (2): 460–463. doi:10.1145/170036.170136. ISSN 0163-5808.
  3. ^ Eppinger, J.L.; Dietzen, S. (24 Feb 1992). Encina: modular transaction processing. Compcon Spring '92. Thirty-Seventh IEEE Computer Society International Conference. IEEE Comput. Soc. Press. doi:10.1109/cmpcon.1992.186742. ISBN 0-8186-2655-0.
  4. ^ Veríssimo, Paulo; Rodrigues, Luís (2001). "Dependable Systems and Platforms". Advances in Distributed Computing and Middleware. Boston, MA: Springer US. pp. 259–270. doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-1663-7_9. ISBN 978-1-4613-5666-0. ISSN 1569-5190.