This is simply a marker to denote that a Spring-managed adapter will be injected at the proper initializationpoint.
MessageBrokerConfigProcessor implementation that is responsible for configuring thecurrent MessageBroker's LoginManager with a Spring-managed LoginCommand.
client to resource manager communication. Gets a report of the application. Gets the resource manager delegation token. Requests a new application from a resource manager. Requests ResourceManager to abort submitted application. Gets a list of ApplicationReports from a resource manager. Gets a list of ApplicationReports
scripts to create the necessary tables are packaged asorg/springframework/integration/jdbc/schema-*.sql,where * is the target database type. The transaction management is required to use this MetadataStore. Default value for the table prefix property. Instantiate a JdbcMetadataStore using provided dataSource
default, being logged). 5.10. Redis Transactions Redis provides support for transactions through the multi, exec, and discard commands. These operations are available on RedisTemplate, however RedisTemplate is not guaranteed to execute all operations in the transaction using the same connection. Spring
chunk is executed, outside the transaction. Callback after a chunk has been marked for rollback. Callback before the chunk is executed, but inside the transaction. Description copied from interface: ChunkListener Callback before the chunk is executed, but inside the transaction. Description copied from i
multi(). Executes the Redis dump command and returns the results. Execute a transaction, using the default RedisSerializers to deserialize any results that are bytes orCollections or Maps of bytes or Tuples. Execute a transaction, using the provided RedisSerializer to deserialize any results that are
the next one. Implementationsmust return null at the end of the inputdata set. In a transactional setting, caller might get the same itemtwice from successive calls (or otherwise), if the first call was in atransaction that rolled back. The index of the item to start reading from. If theExecutionContext
does not block. The advantage of this approachis that many delays can be managed concurrently, even very long delays,without producing a buildup of blocked Threads. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that any active transactional contextwill not propagate from the original sender to the eventual recipient
messages should be acknowledged immediately (i.e. as soon as possible) withoutrollback, and without consuming any more messages within the current transaction.