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Tomcat example source code file (

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Java - Tomcat tags/keywords

object, object, tcpconnectionhandler, tcpconnectionhandler

The Tomcat source code

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 * This interface will be implemented by any object that
 * uses TcpConnections. It is supported by the pool tcp
 * connection manager and should be supported by future
 * managers.
 * The goal is to decouple the connection handler from
 * the thread, socket and pooling complexity.
public interface TcpConnectionHandler {
    /** Add informations about the a "controler" object
     *  specific to the server. In tomcat it will be a
     *  ContextManager.
     *  @deprecated This has nothing to do with TcpHandling,
     *  was used as a workaround
    public void setServer(Object manager);

    /** Used to pass config informations to the handler.
     *  @deprecated This has nothing to do with Tcp,
     *    was used as a workaround.
    public void setAttribute(String name, Object value );
    /** Called before the call to processConnection.
     *  If the thread is reused, init() should be called once per thread.
     *  It may look strange, but it's a _very_ good way to avoid synchronized
     *  methods and keep per thread data.
     *  Assert: the object returned from init() will be passed to
     *  all processConnection() methods happening in the same thread.
    public Object[] init( );

     *  Assert: connection!=null
     *  Assert: connection.getSocket() != null
     *  Assert: thData != null and is the result of calling init()
     *  Assert: thData is preserved per Thread.
    public void processConnection(TcpConnection connection, Object thData[]);    

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