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Java Message Service 2. Once more, the main theme of the update is the simplification of the API. The new API dramatically decreases the amount of boilerplate code that has to be written by the programmer while still maintaining backwards compatibility.
Other new features are listed as follows: Asynchronous message sending is now supported, so the application does not have to be blocked until an acknowledgment from the server is received Messages can now be sent with a scheduled delay for the delivery HornetQ is the JMS provider used and developed by JBoss. It is possible to use it outside of WildFly as a standalone message broker. Methods validation, which allows the developer to validate parameters and return values Tighter CDI integration, which changes the life cycle of the elements of the validation framework, allowing the developer to use dependency injection in his or her own ConstraintValidator implementations Concurrency utilities for Java EE 1.
The new specification provides ManagedExecutorService a container-aware version of ExecutorService known from Java SE , which can be used to delegate the execution of tasks to a separate thread.
These managed tasks could use most of the features that are available for application components such as EJBs or Servlets. It is also possible to schedule cyclic or delayed tasks using new ManagedScheduledExecutorService. These new additions to the platform are filling a functional gap for Java EE, which was very hard to overcome within its architecture earlier on.
Batch applications for the Java Platform 1.
The new batch processing framework is used to provide a common solution to run tasks that are executed without user interaction. Java EE provides the developer with the following options: Before the new specification, developers had to use vendor- www.
It has improved on several key points, including areas of performance and management. The most important change for the developers is that this release implements the Java EE 7 standard completely.
Some of the most notable improvements include the following: WildFly 8 implements all standards presented by Java EE 7 specifications, which are also described in this chapter.