- What is concurrency?
- Processes and threads in Java SE
- Java EE concurrency APIs
- Working with the ManagedExecutorService, ManagedScheduledExecutorService, ManagedThreadFactory, and ContextService APIs
- Defining data access object (DAO) classes
- Adding methods to DAO classes
- Writing REST classes
- Creating custom thread factories
- Creating contextual proxies
- JTA transactions and concurrency
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Ketkee] Many of us probably know the standard edition APIs for concurrency, but when it comes to an enterprise environment, the picture changes entirely. Prior to Java Enterprise Edition Version 7, we did have an opportunity to create threads using the standard edition, but it was considered a dangerous practice. But with the advent of the enterprise version now, which supports concurrency utilities, we have options where we can easily seamlessly integrate the background processing or parallelism tasks in an enterprise application.
So in this course, we are going to look at the four basic APIs under enterprise edition concurrency utilities, and then we'll go on to do demos for each one of them. We will also talk about what happens with concurrency in a distributed environment and if there are transactions in there, how do we handle them. So let's get started.
Java EE: Contexts and Dependency Injectionwith Alex Theedom1h 43m Intermediate
Java EE: Design Patterns and Architecturewith Alex Theedom2h 44m Intermediate
Java EE: Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP)with Ketkee Aryamane6h 14m Intermediate
1. Overview and Setup
2. Processes and Threads
3. Executor API
4. Java EE Concurrency APIs
5. Concurrency and Transactions
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