[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: Trying async in 1.1 -- behaves like sync

gavin.king@jboss.com do-not-reply at jboss.com
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")

Or, perhaps:

@Asynchronous(expiry="#{event.expiry}", intervalDuration="#{event.repeat}")

(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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