No, there is no shared timer service provided by WildFly Core. EJB3 has
timers but those are created via deployments and subsystem services
should not depend on deployments. Plus I assume your stuff is meant to
work regardless of whether EJB3 is part of the configuration.
On 2/21/15 11:47 AM, Carl Harris wrote:
My extension module creates a (MSC) service that needs to get
periodic timer callbacks to clean up cruft that accumulates while it is being used by a
deployed application. I could create a java.util.Timer when the service is created and
cancel it when the service is removed, but I’m wondering of there already a timer service
that I should be using for this sort of thing.
Thanks for any tips or guidance,
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