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Thread: Push Based Mechanism

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    Default Push Based Mechanism

    Is there any method or API available in Java for pushing the data from the server without request being passed from the client.
    For example if any updation made at the database it needs to be passed to the client without a request frm the client. (snooze)

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    Default Re: Push Based Mechanism

    cross posted at Push Based Mechanism

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