Commit 0d1eca0d authored by Philippe Merle's avatar Philippe Merle
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OW2 FraSCAti Examples: Availability Intent
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Author: Philippe Merle
Availability Intent:
This example illustrates how an SCA intent can be implemented with FraSCAti.
This SCA intent detects if invoked services reply before a given timeout.
With FraSCAti, any SCA intent is implemented by an SCA composite that must provide a
service named 'intent' of interface 'org.ow2.frascati.tinfi.control.intent.IntentHandler'
(have a look at src/main/resources/availability.composite). Then the SCA intent composite
contains at least one SCA component (or more components if required). These components
could be implemented with Java or any implementation type supported by FraSCAti.
Have a look at src/main/java/org/ow2/frascati/intent/availability/
for a Java-based implementation. To use an SCA intent in an SCA composite, you just need
to refer it by its SCA composite name (see at src/test/resources/ SCA composites).
Compilation and run with Maven:
mvn install
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