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Java example source code file (ClientConnectionManager.java)

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The ClientConnectionManager.java example source code

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package org.apache.http.conn;

import java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit;

import org.apache.http.conn.routing.HttpRoute;
import org.apache.http.conn.scheme.SchemeRegistry;

 * Management interface for {@link ManagedClientConnection client connections}. 
 * The purpose of an HTTP connection manager is to serve as a factory for new 
 * HTTP connections, manage persistent connections and synchronize access to 
 * persistent connections making sure that only one thread of execution can 
 * have access to a connection at a time.
 * <p>
 * Implementations of this interface must be thread-safe. Access to shared
 * data must be synchronized as methods of this interface may be executed 
 * from multiple threads.
 * @since 4.0
public interface ClientConnectionManager {

     * Obtains the scheme registry used by this manager.
     * @return  the scheme registry, never <code>null
    SchemeRegistry getSchemeRegistry();
     * Returns a new {@link ClientConnectionRequest}, from which a
     * {@link ManagedClientConnection} can be obtained or the request can be
     * aborted.
    ClientConnectionRequest requestConnection(HttpRoute route, Object state);

     * Releases a connection for use by others.
     * You may optionally specify how long the connection is valid
     * to be reused.  Values <= 0 are considered to be valid forever.
     * If the connection is not marked as reusable, the connection will
     * not be reused regardless of the valid duration.
     * If the connection has been released before,
     * the call will be ignored.
     * @param conn      the connection to release
     * @param validDuration the duration of time this connection is valid for reuse
     * @param timeUnit the unit of time validDuration is measured in
     * @see #closeExpiredConnections()
    void releaseConnection(ManagedClientConnection conn, long validDuration, TimeUnit timeUnit);

     * Closes idle connections in the pool.
     * Open connections in the pool that have not been used for the
     * timespan given by the argument will be closed.
     * Currently allocated connections are not subject to this method.
     * Times will be checked with milliseconds precision
     * All expired connections will also be closed.
     * @param idletime  the idle time of connections to be closed
     * @param tunit     the unit for the <code>idletime
     * @see #closeExpiredConnections()
    void closeIdleConnections(long idletime, TimeUnit tunit);

     * Closes all expired connections in the pool.
     * Open connections in the pool that have not been used for
     * the timespan defined when the connection was released will be closed.
     * Currently allocated connections are not subject to this method.
     * Times will be checked with milliseconds precision.
    void closeExpiredConnections();

     * Shuts down this connection manager and releases allocated resources.
     * This includes closing all connections, whether they are currently
     * used or not.
    void shutdown();


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