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Andrew Mcmurray
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Joined: Sep 24, 2005
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Hi all

I am trying to understand how java.nio with Async non blocking chanels. Basicly I am going to have to write a server that opens up a port and allows many different clients stream data to it to be processed. I have seen some examples, and I have gotton them to work some, but I want to understand what they are doing.

I understand that you set the channel up to the port you want to listen on, but I am not sure how the Selector and SelctorKeys work with it? Can anyone please explain at a high level how all of this is working?

Thanks,

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Nicholas Jordan
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Joined: Sep 17, 2006
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Well, it appears to be a " static factory method " which I have heard so often, but wondered what they were talking about until the last few days when I had to figure it out because it has become time that I should grasp some fundamental java.security issues.

static ChannelIO getInstance(SocketChannel sc, boolean blocking)

will return a new'ed object, which must therefore be called in the run method of Acceptor - > which leads us directly into Servlets.

It may be that that is where your question should go, I started to read on Servlets and it is apparent that there is some code in the Servlet class that is implemented in the JVM and underlying interface code.

Message edit: I just found this: Saloon � Java � Sockets and Internet Protocols which may be even better.
[ September 18, 2007: Message edited by: Nicholas Jordan ]

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