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Local Stateless One Way Invocation


The ability to invoke a service marked as one-way in a non-blocking fashion. In Java, this is done with the @OneWay annotation.


* In Java, an end-user application developer annotates a service operation with @OneWay.

* A client invocation on the service will return in a non-blocking fashion. The operation must return void. If client policy is attached to the wire, interceptors and handlers associated with the client policy may be executed in a blocking fashion. Target-side policy is executed in a non-blocking manner.

* The SCA runtime is responsible for transparently interposing the necessary infrastructure between the client and target for invocations to proceed in a non-blocking fashion.


Implemented, .cf http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/tuscany/sandbox/jboynes/sca/core2/src/main/java/org/apache/tuscany/core/policy/async/

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