Java client library for the workq job server. Currently under development and not feature-complete.
This project uses maven. To build the jar and run tests, use
mvn clean package
Note: to run the tests you need a workq server running on localhost:9922. To skip the tests altogether and just build the jar, append
-Dmaven.test.skipto the command line
Once you have included the jar in your project, you can create a connection and add a new background job like so:
WorkqClient client = new WorkqClient("localhost", 9922); BackgroundJob job = new BackgroundJob(); job.setName("JobName"); job.setId(UUID.randomUUID()); job.setTtl(3600000); job.setPayload("Payload".getBytes()); job.setPriority(100); job.setTtr(1000); job.setMaxAttempts(2); client.add(job);
In the future, you will be able to include
workq-java as a dependency from Maven Central, but not until it is feature complete (1.0).
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