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Hi all,
I'm posting my question again as I didn't get much information last time, I'd appreciate if anyone from bea can pick this one up...
The question is "How the hell are u suppose to create a timer utility in WL (6.1) ? "
I looked for some information but there isn't much out there...bea recommends to use the javax Timer class and not the Weblogic timer services BUT the bloody thing is single threaded, what's the use of a single threaded timer? enlighten me..
So, what's the answer? JMX Timer ? Time services? are the time services also single threaded?
Worse case scenario I'll have to use the java.util Timer in a POJ...
I would really appreciate any information, I'm getting a bit frustrated here...
Thanks in advance.
Shimi
 
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