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Type: Improvement Improvement
Status: Closed Closed
Resolution: Fixed
Priority: Major Major
Assignee: Unassigned
Reporter: anthony.lai
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Distributable executors possibly overlapping asynchronous EJB

Created: 02/Nov/12 07:04 PM   Updated: 27/Dec/12 07:14 PM   Resolved: 27/Dec/12 07:14 PM
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David M. Lloyd wrote:
> I am concerned at the level of overlap between asynchronous EJB
> execution and distributable executors. It seems that distributable
> execution, especially with affinity, is largely the same as calling a
> singleton EJB configured with bean-managed concurrency.
> Are we sure that this has a place in the spec?

>I can configure a singleton EJB which allows fully concurrent access. I can then use regular invocations to do basically the same thing as distributable executors - execute tasks >on remote nodes, possibly with results.

anthony.lai added a comment - 27/Dec/12 07:14 PM

Closing issue for now as no further input from David.

The spec does not require Java EE Produce Providers to supply distributable executor service. It is an optional feature.