|Related to : producer consumer (using Monitor) code is not working when sleep() is used?|
|Trying to solve consumer-producer in java with multithreading|
On recent machines, with short queues like this, you will never see
actual multithreading effects like, in this case, producer and
consumer taking turns unless you slow both of them down a bit. You
only slowed down the consumer. Instead of using a short array, put a
million Integers in a queue and see what happens.
|time.sleep(5) will make entire program to sleep?|
time.sleep is blocking the main thread, where the clock also runs. A
simple solution is to just clock schedule your checking function every
four seconds instead, and cancel it when the installation finishes.
|producer a JPA entity|
When CDI tries to make bean (Cliente) to be an Application scoped it
wraps it into a proxy class. And when you pass an instance of the
proxy to EclipseLink it detects the proxy class which cannot be found
in its mappings.
In general I do not like your solution, to have eclipse link entity
passed through injection somewhere. But it is a different issue.
|RabbitMQ Consumer recovery|
You can't explicitly push messages back to a Queue after they've been
consumed. Terminating the process that has consumed the message should
cause the message to be re-queued after a timeout period, provided
that no Acknowledgement has been sent, and that your Queue is
configured to receive acknowledgements. Consider though, that this may
interrupt the ordering of messages in your Queue.
|Looking for error codes defined for OneDrive consumer|
You can check for the possible status codes that may be returned by
the REST response.
In this case, you would get 507 with The user doesn't have enough
available storage. description.
For Comprehensive list of status codes refer MSDN Dev center -
Returned status codes.