Build 1.0_r1(from source)

org.apache.http.conn
Interface ConnectionReleaseTrigger

All Known Subinterfaces:
ManagedClientConnection
All Known Implementing Classes:
AbstractClientConnAdapter, AbstractPooledConnAdapter, BasicManagedEntity, BasicPooledConnAdapter, EofSensorInputStream, SingleClientConnManager.ConnAdapter

public interface ConnectionReleaseTrigger

Interface for releasing a connection. This can be implemented by various "trigger" objects which are associated with a connection, for example a stream or an entity or the connection itself.
The methods in this interface can safely be called multiple times. The first invocation releases the connection, subsequent calls are ignored.

Since:
4.0

Method Summary
 void abortConnection()
          Releases the connection without the option of keep-alive.
 void releaseConnection()
          Releases the connection with the option of keep-alive.
 

Method Detail

releaseConnection

void releaseConnection()
                       throws IOException
Releases the connection with the option of keep-alive. This is a "graceful" release and may cause IO operations for consuming the remainder of a response entity. Use abortConnection for a hard release. The connection may be reused as specified by the duration.

Throws:
IOException - in case of an IO problem. The connection will be released anyway.

abortConnection

void abortConnection()
                     throws IOException
Releases the connection without the option of keep-alive. This is a "hard" release that implies a shutdown of the connection. Use releaseConnection for a graceful release.

Throws:
IOException - in case of an IO problem. The connection will be released anyway.

Build 1.0_r1(from source)

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