Client/server computing with reduced cross-process calls

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In a client/server computing system for processing a transaction, the client/server computing system being of at least a three-tier process type, where a first tier process 31 initiates the transaction and contacts a second tier process 32 to further the transaction which in turn contacts a third tier process 33 which contains local data to be updated in the transaction, a server, which runs the second tier process, has a means for receiving a transaction context from the first tier process requesting that the second tier process be registered in the transaction and a means for passing on the transaction context to the third tier process informing the third tier process that it should register itself into the transaction directly with the first tier process without going through the second tier process. This greatly reduces the required number of cross process flows.

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