Introduction to Amazon Code Pipeline with Java part 24: summary


In the previous post we finalised the code for the job worker daemon thread. The job worker daemon is the central work horse of the Code Pipeline third party action. It includes all the necessary functions and objects that poll the CP endpoint for new jobs and act on each new job. The job worker is started as soon as the servlet context listener object has been executed. The daemon then sets up the polling action which is executed at specific intervals. As soon as there’s some new job the third party action will act upon it in some way. That part is entirely up to what your plug-in will accomplish.

The previous post was also the last part in this series. In this post we’ll quickly summarise what we’ve gone through in this series.

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