On 4/10/13 6:50 AM, Rémy Maucherat wrote:
On 04/10/2013 03:50 AM, Mark Thomas wrote:
I've been looking in detail at the NIO changes and have a couple ofI think this is supposed to mean that there should be only one
questions. In section 3.7 we have the following:
The Servlet container must access methods in ReadListener in a thread
There is equivalent text in section 5.3:
The Servlet container must access methods in WriteListener in a
thread safe manner.
I recall some discussions around this area but not this exact
language. It is not clear to me how one accesses a method in a thread
safe manner since thread safety is a property of the method
implementation not of how it is accessed. A search of the archives
did not provide any illumination either. So, I have two questions.
Q1. What exactly does the above mean?
Q2. Why was this requirement added?
container thread doing actions related to a particular request
processing, such as calling the read/write listeners, invoking async
dispatches, etc. If that is correct, the statement could be more precise.
Yes that is correct. Am happy to add a clarification to this but just so
everyone knows we have submitted for final approval ballot so we need to
either decide today what we want to replace this with or wait for an MR
to clarify this.
[servlet-spec users] [jsr340-experts] Re: NIO specification clarification