There is nothing that allows it on JDBC in my mind. Perhaps something on
PG that could launch background task ?
There are perhaps two workarounds :
- on linux/unix, detach the process from console or launch process that
the user should not own (because I believe user when disconnects close
- your command push a command in a queue in a table and a trigger pop
this instruction...or using cron features perhaps ...
Thiago Godoi a écrit :
> Hello guys,
> I'm doing a program that will send a command to the database but the
> execution of this command spends a lot of time and client probably
> will close the java program .
> The problem is that I need the command continue running after the
> client close the program.
> I'm thinking about send the query to the postgres and close the
> connection .Is possible do it without stop the command ? How can I do it?
> Another ideas?
> Thiago Godoi
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