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[jsr236-spec users] [jsr236-experts] Fwd: Re: [jsr342-experts] Re: JSR 236

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  • Subject: [jsr236-spec users] [jsr236-experts] Fwd: Re: [jsr342-experts] Re: JSR 236
  • Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2013 12:54:11 -0800
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Forwarding some issues raised on the Java EE platform spec expert group regarding JSR 236 for discussion.

Regards
Anthony


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Subject: Re: [jsr342-experts] Re: JSR 236
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2013 11:36:11 -0800
From: Linda DeMichiel ">< >
Organization: Oracle Corporation
To: ">
CC: Anthony Lai ">< >


Hi Pete,

On 2/11/2013 2:25 AM, Pete Muir wrote:
> Hi Linda
>
> Apologies for the late reply.
>

Thanks for your feedback.  Please also feel free to join the
users list on the http://java.net/projects/concurrency-ee-spec project
to communicate these items directly to the spec lead.

I think the latest draft of the spec (see 
http://java.net/projects/concurrency-ee-spec/downloads/download/EE%20Concurrency%20Utilities-2013-01-25.pdf)
addresses some of the example items, but feel free to make more concrete
suggestions.


-Linda



> (1) It should be included in the full platform
> (2) Probably not.
>
> I've also had quite a few comments that the spec is missing CDI
> integration. I've cc'd David, our spec rep, so he can communicate
> this to the JSR-236 EG as well.
>
> * Support injecting into tasks (runnable and callable) using all
> types of injection - constructor, method and field
> * support injecting a default managed executor services using @Inject
> natively
> * Show examples of using resource producers to map alternative
> managed executor services to CDI injection (as we normally do for
> @Resource)
> * Support propagation or creation of new CDI contexts for tasks,
> mapping section 2.3 to CDI contexts as appropriate (looks to me like
> just the application context)
> * Support for @Transactional as well as EJB transactions
> * support injecting a default managed scheduled executor services
> using @Inject natively
> * Show examples of using resource producers to map alternative
> managed scheduled executor services to CDI injection (as we normally
> do for @Resource)
> * Show examples of using resource producers to map context services
> to CDI injection (as we normally do for @Resource)
> * support injecting a default managed thread factory using @Inject
> natively
> * Show examples of using resource producers to map alternative
> managed thread factories to CDI injection (as we normally do for
> @Resource)
>
> With these changes, I think this will be a really excellent set of
> services for Java EE, and fill a big gap in the programming model
> for users.
>
> It would also be interesting to explore the relationship between CDI events and JSR-236 in the future.
>
> I really like the spec overall, particularly as it's really focused
> on not reinventing the wheel, but on trying to stick to existing
> designs as close as possible.
>
> Pete
>
> On 24 Jan 2013, at 23:23, Linda DeMichiel wrote:
>
>>
>> We are very pleased to see that the JSR-236 Expert Group has made
>> excellent progress and JSR-236 is now in the JCP Public Review phase.
>>
>> At this point, we expect that JSR-236 will meet our target dates for
>> inclusion into Java EE 7.  JSR-236 is an obvious candidate for inclusion
>> in the full Java EE Platform, and we believe that it should be.
>>
>> Pleases let us know:
>>
>> (1) Whether you see any reason that JSR 236 should not be included in
>> the full platform?
>>
>> (2) Whether you think that JSR 236 should also be included in the Web Profile?
>>
>> thanks,
>>
>> -Linda
>




[jsr236-spec users] [jsr236-experts] Fwd: Re: [jsr342-experts] Re: JSR 236

Anthony Lai 02/11/2013

[jsr236-spec users] [jsr236-experts] CDI issue from EE7 platform EG [was Re: JSR 236]

Anthony Lai 02/18/2013
 
 
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