Package org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.pool2

package org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.pool2

Object pooling API.

The org.apache.tomcat.dbcp.pool2 package defines a simple interface for a pool of object instances, and a handful of base classes that may be useful when creating pool implementations.

The pool package itself doesn't define a specific object pooling implementation, but rather a contract that implementations may support in order to be fully interchangeable.

The pool package separates the way in which instances are pooled from the way in which they are created, resulting in a pair of interfaces:

defines a simple object pooling interface, with methods for borrowing instances from and returning them to the pool.
defines lifecycle methods for object instances contained within a pool. By associating a factory with a pool, the pool can create new object instances as needed.

The pool package also provides a keyed pool interface, which pools instances of multiple types, accessed according to an arbitrary key. See KeyedObjectPool and KeyedPooledObjectFactory.

  • Class
    A base implementation of KeyedPooledObjectFactory.
    A base class for common functionality.
    A simple base implementation of ObjectPool.
    A base implementation of PoolableObjectFactory.
    Destroy context provided to object factories via destroyObject methods.
    A "keyed" pooling interface.
    An interface defining life-cycle methods for instances to be served by a KeyedObjectPool.
    A pooling simple interface.
    Defines the wrapper that is used to track the additional information, such as state, for the pooled objects.
    An interface defining life-cycle methods for instances to be served by an ObjectPool.
    Provides the possible states that a PooledObject may be in.
    This class consists exclusively of static methods that operate on or return ObjectPool or KeyedObjectPool related interfaces.
    Pools that unavoidably swallow exceptions may be configured with an instance of this listener so the user may receive notification of when this happens.
    This interface allows pooled objects to make information available about when and how they were used available to the object pool.
    This interface may be implemented by an object pool to enable clients (primarily those clients that wrap pools to provide pools with extended features) to provide additional information to the pool relating to object using allowing more informed decisions and reporting to be made regarding abandoned objects.