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A process to keep track of status of request

 
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I have a question regarding how to track the status of the database request.

Brief Overview of what's going to happen:

1. User hits a submit button from the UI with some ids selected from the dropdown list.

2. A stored procedure is called by the webservice.  Web service updates a column(REQUEST_STATUS) in the database table REQUEST with REQUEST_STATUS =  NOT_YET_STARTED

3. Stored procedure starts working on the request and updates the REQUEST_STATUS column with REQUEST_STATUS=  IN PROGRESS

4. When the stored procedure finishes the request, it updates the REQUEST_STATUS column with REQUEST_STATUS = COMPLETE.

I want to know if I can implement a Java process, which can constantly keep looking for the REQUEST_STATUS column of the table using some identifier maybe and once it sees as COMPLETE, I want to send an email to the user from the Java process.


In the past, I have done simething similar with ActiveMQ , where my java process was looking for the status of the request using Spring JMS listner. However, in the above scenario, I am not planning to use ActiveMQ and hence wondering how to handle this scenario.
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