Asynchronous method invocation in Spring Framework

Since Spring 3.0, annotation support for both task scheduling and asynchronous method execution has been added. The post will give a demo of @Async annotation and its uses.

@Service – annotate classes at service layer level.
@Async – put @Async annotation above the method in an asynchronous process.

To define a void async method

To define an asynchronous method which return something. To achieve it, the method shall return a java.util.concurrent.Future object, and the implementation shall return a new AsyncResult object () let’s use Accountclass:

To retrieve the object saved in Future object

Bean Configuration


Log output

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One thought on “Asynchronous method invocation in Spring Framework

  1. Everything is very open with a very clear clarification of the issues. It was definitely informative.

    Thank you for sharing!

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