Java API for concurrent programming of EJBs and Servlets
DescriptionThe CommonJ API enables concurrent programming of EJBs and Servlets within a J2EE application. This API is also known as Timer and Work Manager API. The CommonJ API contains the following components:
- Timer API:
The Timer API allows applications to schedule and receive
timer notification callbacks for a specific listener defined
within an application. Timers allow you to schedule and
perform work at specific times or intervals.
- Work Manager API:
The Work Manager API allows an application to prioritize
work within an EJB or Servlet. Applications can
programmatically execute multiple work items within a
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