[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: Trying async in 1.1 -- behaves like sync
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Mon Oct 30 19:50:06 EST 2006
That is really easy to implement, but do you think it ever makes sense to hardcode a duration? (And, also, is there a good way to specify a literal date in an annotation?)
Well, I guess I could come up with some kind of expression language for expiry/duration, eg:
@Asynchronous(duration="1 day", intervalDuration="2 weeks")
@Asynchronous(expiry="1 hour + 10 ms", intervalDuration="1000 ms")
(1) What is the real usecase?
(2) Which works best for you?
(3) Do you think you really need it?
(4) Do you want to implement it and submit a patch (its straightforward, I promise.)
(Yes, I missed the declaration when I wrote the docs. Bad on me.)
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