|Re: [jetty-users] Get server threadpool from Jersey @GET resourse|
I want to use the jax-rs @Suspended annotation to use the async possibility of jax-rs.
Is there a way to get the server threadpool from the ServletContext? So I can schedule my runnable on the servers threadpool? Is that a good idea at all?
With kind regards
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