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Hi All,

Iam looking for a good Thread Pooling library, with JARS and documentation provided.

When I went to this site http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/sandbox/threadpool/

I could not find any JAR files. Also the documentation link does not work.

Can someone please help me out with this. I will appreciate it very much.

THanks And Regards

Mahesh
 
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Sandbox projects are mainly project proposals that haven't yet produced a workable release.
That's why you find nothing there yet except project documents, it's still in its infancy.

Your best bet is probably to roll your own. I've found the Jakarta commons less than nice to use and most OS projects outside the Apache/Jakarta scope of low quality and/or dead.
 
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I had great success with Doug Lea's tried-and-true Concurrent package's PooledExecutor. If you're using Java 1.5, this package was updated and included as java.util.concurrent (JSR166).
 
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