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work manager in websphere7 and how to use it in java.  RSS feed

 
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What is work manager in websphere and how to use it in java? Any sample programs or easy tutorial will be very helpul.
 
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Basically - and as far as I know - WorkManagers are a mean Ibm introduced to allow a certain degree of parallelism within Java EE components (such as
servlets, EJBs), since it' strongly descouraged usage of spawned threads within a Java EE context.

With recent WAS 8.5.x and support for EJB 3.1 with parallelism required by the specification via @Asynchronous annotation, I think you'll need no longer
to use WorkManagers, even if I suppose they're still used under the hood to implement actually parallelism and asynchronism.

For example, I suggest you to search for example on IBM website.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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