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Processing by one of our developers about the
multi-threaded development and why you need this product.
You call the Tymeac Service (embedded or IPC) as you would for
simple client/server application passing a request for the server to work on and
for a cancelable, synchronous request, wait (with
timeout) for the results of the processing
return_data = Tymeac.SyncRequest(request);
for a cancelable, asynchronous request, not wait for
A thread, in the thread pool of each Queue:
- fetches the request,
- executes the request by using reflection to call your
- and returns any return data from your logic module to
For the simple synchronous request, Tymeac passes back the return data to
For the multi-part synchronous request, Tymeac concatenates the return data
all the parts into an Parcelable array (joins) and returns that array
to the caller.
And there's more. Lots, lots more, so keep
Are you aware of The Shadow of
multi-threaded applications and how to Tame the Beast?
Would you just like to place a request in a
background queue and not have to bother writing all the code to control
Is it too time-consuming to develop a custom
with prioritized queues and multi-threading capabilities that
Timed, Autonomous, Urgent and Multi-Component
If you need a secure,
reliable, manageable and fault tolerant backend process
for any purpose and do
not wish to start at the
beginning designing and testing one yourself,
then you need Tymeac™
Tymeac™ is a
that manages persistence, messaging, queues, threads, stall
detection and recovery,
recursion, logging, statistics, and much
is a vendor-neutral, multi-platform, high performance, highly
scalable software tool.
Tymeac™ lets you
focus on implementing
software solutions to your problems instead of being in the
software tool business.
available with both an open-source license (Eclipse) and a paid
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