Monday, March 26, 2012

Carbon Context and it's usages in WSO2 Products

A context can be defined as a construct that strictly bounds the execution environment. Because Carbon Context is a runtime container for your app(s) you gain the benefit of leveraging the Carbon Context runtime API allows to obtain contextual information about various actors utilizing your web apps and web services. For example, you may want to use registry,cache for that particular user or tenant. The carbon context allows you to access 5 APIs and has several utility methods. In each time we create user specific thing we create carbon context for that user to store specific things. This is valid for all WSO2 Carbon 3.2.2 based servers.

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