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May throw application or runtime exception. May catch and swallow runtime exceptions. No other business interceptor methods or the business method itself are called if an exception is thrown before calling the proceed method. continued on next page
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Table 5.3 Differences between lifecycle and business method interceptors. Lifecycle interceptors are created to handle EJB lifecycle callbacks. Business method interceptors are associated with business methods, and are automatically invoked when a user invokes the business method. (continued) Supported Feature Transaction and security context Lifecycle Callback Methods No security and transaction context. Transaction and security are discussed in chapter 6. Business Method Interceptor Share the same security and transaction context within which the original business method was invoked.
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This is all we want to say about interceptors right now. Clearly, interceptors are an extremely important addition to EJB. It is likely that the AOP features in future releases of EJB will grow more and more robust. Interceptors certainly have the potential to evolve into a robust way of extending the EJB platform itself, with vendors offering new out-of-the-box interceptor-based services. Let s move on to the final vital EJB 3 feature we ll cover in this chapter: the timer service. Timers can be used only by stateless session beans and MDBs.
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Scheduled tasks are a reality for most nontrivial applications. For example, your business application may have to run a daily report to determine inventory levels and automatically send out restocking requests. For most legacy applications, it is typical to have a batch job to clean up temporary tables at the start or end of each day. If fact, it is fair to say schedulers are an essential holdover from the mainframe days of batch computing. As a result, scheduling tools, utilities, and frameworks have been a development mainstay for a long time. The Unix cron utility is probably the most popular and well-loved scheduling utility. The System Task Scheduler, generally lesser known, is the Microsoft Windows counterpart of cron. In the Java EE world, you have a few options for scheduling tasks and activities. Most Java EE application servers come with a scheduling utility that is sufficiently useful. There are also a number of feature-rich, full-scale scheduling packages available for enterprise applications. Flux is an excellent commercial scheduling package, while Quartz is a good-quality open source implementation. EJB timer services are the standard Java EE answer to scheduling. As you ll soon learn, while it does not try to compete with full-scale scheduling products, the EJB 3 timer service is probably sufficient for most day-to-day application development requirements. Because it is so lightweight, the service is also extremely easy to use. In the next few sections, we ll build a scheduling service using EJB 3 timers and show you how to use the @Timeout annotation.
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5.4.1 What are timers
In a sense, the EJB 3 timer service is based on the idea of time-delayed callbacks. In other words, the service allows you to specify a method (appropriately called the timeout method) that is automatically invoked after a specified interval of time. The container invokes the timeout method on your behalf when the time interval you specify elapses. As you ll see, you can use the timer service to register for callbacks triggered once at a specific time or at regular intervals. We can only use timers in stateless session beans and MDBs because of their asynchronous, stateless nature. However, unlike stateless session beans and MDBs, timers are persistent and can survive a container crash or restart. Timers are also transactional, that is, a transaction failure in a timeout method rolls back the actions taken by the timer. Figure 5.5 illustrates how timers work.
Figure 5.5 How an EJB timer works. A client may invoke an EJB method which creates a timer that registers a callback in the EJB timer service. The EJB container invokes the timeout method in the bean instance when the timer expires.
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