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ID: 17891, OOP MailScheduler API Version 2.2

by Jun Inamori Email: Anonymous


By this Java API, a few lines of code are enough for your JSP or Servlets to send the e-mails at the scheduled time in the future.
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Description
OOP MailScheduler is the Java API for your JSP/Servlets to use JavaMail API more efficiently.
By its easy-programming interface, a few lines of code are enough for your JSP or Servlets on Apache Tomcat to send the e-mail at the scheduled time in the future.

And even if you'd like to send the e-mails immediately from JSP/Servlets on Apache Tomcat, this Java API makes your JSP/Servlets truly Thread Safe. For example, when your JSP/Servlets send the e-mails, you might experience the over-head due to the slow response from SMTP server. Yes, your JSP/Servlets cannot send their response to the browser until the SMTP server sends its response. This over-head may be apparent when the multiple requests arrive in your JSP/Servlets concurrently. Moreover, the number of connections to the SMTP server may exceeds the maximum number to be allowed. In this situation, some request to your JSP/Servlets may fail to send the e-mails.

OOP MailScheduler takes over all your tedious tasks required for scheduling the e-mails.
Through MailScheduler, the e-mails can be sent sequentially even if the multiple requests arrive in your JSP/Servlets concurrently. And your JSP/Servlets on Apache Tomcat can send their response back to the web browser immediately, without waiting for the response from the SMTP server.

For more information, see http://www.oop-reserch.com/scheduler.html

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