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[EJB] Programmatic Timer readed from file  RSS feed

 
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Hi to all.

I have a @Singleton ejb bean with some timers and a method annotated with timeout:



I define the timers with



At startup, in the @postconstruct method, i want to read a json file and define the ScheduleExpressions


First question:
Where i must put the "timer.json" file and how i can access to it?

Second question:
If i put the class in an EJBModule and use it in a WAR application, how to put the file in the WAR and how to read it?

Thanks in advance
 
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