Apr 20, 2017

[HDGEM] Java EE Concurrency Utilities provides APIs and constructs to manage concurrency within Java EE applications.

Many of the Java EE components have specific concurrency semantics e.g. EJBs, JAX-RS resources, WebSocket endpoints etc. Writing components with custom concurrency properties was traditionally difficult since starting unmanaged threads in a Java EE container was forbidden i.e. one was not able to leverage Java SE concurrency libraries. With Concurrency Utilities, Java EE applications have access to Managed versions of the Java SE counterparts, namely,
  • ManagedExecutorSevice
  • ManagedScheduledExecutorSevice
  • ManagedThreadFactory
and a bunch of other APIs as well, but the above ones are the Java EE equivalent of the Java SE concurrency APIs.


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Posted By Blogger to HDGEM at 4/20/2017 01:13:00 PM