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Is there any performance issure regrading EJB Timers?  RSS feed

 
tarek helmy
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Is there any performance issues or memory leaks regrading EJB Timers?
and is there is any best practize and lessons learned for it
 
Paul Sturrock
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Your question is very vague - all we can really say is it depends how you choose to implement them.
 
tarek helmy
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I mean using many timers in the application will it hiting the performance?
 
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Ehm...well it will affect performance if you use enough timers that they have an affect on performance. Kind of like any code you write...

 
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What is the alternative? To not have code? If you have a need for a timer, you compare it to an equivalent scheduling mechanism.
 
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