is a programming language for microservices. It treats software building blocks as services instead of functions or objects, in order to seamlessly reproduce and relocate them whenever this is necessary.
Thanks to its design, the code of this service-oriented language can be easily transferred between local and remote locations without any negative effects on software applications, and the programs can be deployed on one or more computers.
The syntax for the downloaded Java-based command-line tool is jolie [options] behaviour_file [options] [deploy_file] [options]
As far as options are concerned, you can display help information (-h), specify the maximum connections limit (-l), activate verbose mode (–verbose), or show the program’s version information (–version).
If the deploy file (.dol) remains unspecified, then the application tries to locate a file with the same name and .dol extension using the behaviour_file name.
Moreover, it’s possible to set the constant identifier to a specific value before starting the execution (-c ConstantIdentifier = ConstantValue), as well as indicate the maximum number of active connection threads and cached persistent output connections (–connlimit [number] and –conncache [number]).
You can also set the type of algorithm to use for message correlation (–correlationAlgorithm [simple|hash]), verify the correlation and other data-related typing errors (–typecheck [true|false], default is false), and add the service to a specific part of the registry whitelist for the program (-R [location]).