JDK 11 java.naming.jmod - Naming Module

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com/sun/jndi/ldap/EventQueue.java

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package com.sun.jndi.ldap;

import java.util.Vector;
import java.util.EventObject;

import javax.naming.event.NamingEvent;
import javax.naming.event.NamingExceptionEvent;
import javax.naming.event.NamingListener;
import javax.naming.ldap.UnsolicitedNotificationEvent;
import javax.naming.ldap.UnsolicitedNotificationListener;

/**
 * Package private class used by EventSupport to dispatch events.
 * This class implements an event queue, and a dispatcher thread that
 * dequeues and dispatches events from the queue.
 *
 * Pieces stolen from sun.misc.Queue.
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 * @author      Bill Shannon (from javax.mail.event)
 * @author      Rosanna Lee (modified for JNDI-related events)
 */
final class EventQueue implements Runnable {
    final static private boolean debug = false;

    private static class QueueElement {
        QueueElement next = null;
        QueueElement prev = null;
        EventObject event = null;
        Vector<NamingListener> vector = null;

        QueueElement(EventObject event, Vector<NamingListener> vector) {
            this.event = event;
            this.vector = vector;
        }
    }

    private QueueElement head = null;
    private QueueElement tail = null;
    private Thread qThread;

    // package private
    EventQueue() {
        qThread = Obj.helper.createThread(this);
        qThread.setDaemon(true);  // not a user thread
        qThread.start();
    }

    // package private;
    /**
     * Enqueue an event.
     * @param event Either a {@code NamingExceptionEvent} or a subclass
     *        of {@code NamingEvent} or
     *        {@code UnsolicitedNotificationEvent}.
     * If it is a subclass of {@code NamingEvent}, all listeners must implement
     * the corresponding subinterface of {@code NamingListener}.
     * For example, for an {@code ObjectAddedEvent}, all listeners <em>must</em>
     * implement the {@code ObjectAddedListener} interface.
     * <em>The current implementation does not check this before dispatching
     * the event.</em>
     * If the event is a {@code NamingExceptionEvent}, then all listeners
     * are notified.
     * @param vector List of NamingListeners that will be notified of event.
     */
    synchronized void enqueue(EventObject event, Vector<NamingListener> vector) {
        QueueElement newElt = new QueueElement(event, vector);

        if (head == null) {
            head = newElt;
            tail = newElt;
        } else {
            newElt.next = head;
            head.prev = newElt;
            head = newElt;
        }
        notify();
    }

    /**
     * Dequeue the oldest object on the queue.
     * Used only by the run() method.
     *
     * @return    the oldest object on the queue.
     * @exception java.lang.InterruptedException if any thread has
     *              interrupted this thread.
     */
    private synchronized QueueElement dequeue()
                                throws InterruptedException {
        while (tail == null)
            wait();
        QueueElement elt = tail;
        tail = elt.prev;
        if (tail == null) {
            head = null;
        } else {
            tail.next = null;
        }
        elt.prev = elt.next = null;
        return elt;
    }

    /**
     * Pull events off the queue and dispatch them.
     */
    public void run() {
        QueueElement qe;

        try {
            while ((qe = dequeue()) != null) {
                EventObject e = qe.event;
                Vector<NamingListener> v = qe.vector;

                for (int i = 0; i < v.size(); i++) {

                    // Dispatch to corresponding NamingListener
                    // The listener should only be getting the event that
                    // it is interested in. (No need to check mask or
                    // instanceof subinterfaces.)
                    // It is the responsibility of the enqueuer to
                    // only enqueue events with listeners of the correct type.

                    if (e instanceof NamingEvent) {
                        ((NamingEvent)e).dispatch(v.elementAt(i));

                    // An exception occurred: if notify all naming listeners
                    } else if (e instanceof NamingExceptionEvent) {
                        ((NamingExceptionEvent)e).dispatch(v.elementAt(i));
                    } else if (e instanceof UnsolicitedNotificationEvent) {
                        ((UnsolicitedNotificationEvent)e).dispatch(
                            (UnsolicitedNotificationListener)v.elementAt(i));
                    }
                }

                qe = null; e = null; v = null;
            }
        } catch (InterruptedException e) {
            // just die
        }
    }

    // package private; used by EventSupport;
    /**
     * Stop the dispatcher so we can be destroyed.
     */
    void stop() {
        if (debug) System.err.println("EventQueue stopping");
        if (qThread != null) {
            qThread.interrupt();        // kill our thread
            qThread = null;
        }
    }
}

com/sun/jndi/ldap/EventQueue.java

 

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