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1 /*
2  * Copyright (C) The Spice Group. All rights reserved.
3  *
4  * This software is published under the terms of the Spice
5  * Software License version 1.1, a copy of which has been included
6  * with this distribution in the LICENSE.txt file.
7  */

8 package org.codehaus.spice.netserve.connection.impl;
9
10 import java.net.ServerSocket JavaDoc;
11 import org.codehaus.spice.netserve.connection.RequestHandler;
12
13 /**
14  * A utility class that contains acceptor configuration.
15  *
16  * @author Peter Donald
17  * @version $Revision: 1.2 $ $Date: 2004/03/21 23:42:58 $
18  */

19 class AcceptorConfig
20 {
21     /**
22      * The name of the connection.
23      */

24     private final String JavaDoc m_name;
25
26     /**
27      * The ServerSocket that we are accepting connections from.
28      */

29     private final ServerSocket JavaDoc m_serverSocket;
30
31     /**
32      * The ConnectionHandlerManager that we create ConnectionHandlers from.
33      */

34     private final RequestHandler m_handler;
35
36     /**
37      * Create the acceptor.
38      *
39      * @param name the name that connection was registered using
40      * @param serverSocket the ServerSocket that used to accept connections
41      * @param handler the handler for new connections
42      */

43     AcceptorConfig( final String JavaDoc name,
44                     final ServerSocket JavaDoc serverSocket,
45                     final RequestHandler handler )
46     {
47         if( null == name )
48         {
49             throw new NullPointerException JavaDoc( "name" );
50         }
51         if( null == serverSocket )
52         {
53             throw new NullPointerException JavaDoc( "serverSocket" );
54         }
55         if( null == handler )
56         {
57             throw new NullPointerException JavaDoc( "handler" );
58         }
59         m_name = name;
60         m_serverSocket = serverSocket;
61         m_handler = handler;
62     }
63
64     /**
65      * Return the name acceptor registered under.
66      *
67      * @return the name acceptor registered under.
68      */

69     String JavaDoc getName()
70     {
71         return m_name;
72     }
73
74     /**
75      * Return the socket that connections accepted from.
76      *
77      * @return the socket that connections accepted from.
78      */

79     ServerSocket JavaDoc getServerSocket()
80     {
81         return m_serverSocket;
82     }
83
84     /**
85      * Return the handler the connections are handled by.
86      *
87      * @return the handler the connections are handled by.
88      */

89     RequestHandler getHandler()
90     {
91         return m_handler;
92     }
93 }
94
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