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Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 12:22 AM
Subject: Re: [JDBC] JDBC gripe list
> "Donald Fraser" wrote:
>> I already have a lot of experience with a modified PosgreSQL 7.4
>> driver and notification threads. Our company has been using it
>> since 2005.
> Are you talking about modifying the driver to generate and deliver
> events when there is a notification (as in PostgreSQL LISTEN/NOTIFY)
> on a connection? If so, that's an interesting feature and it would
> be interesting to see a patch.
Yes. I will work on producing a patch for review.
> It's not what we've been discussing on this thread, though,
> regarding Timer and threads. We're talking about implementing this:
> Have you implemented something for that? I don't think your
> concerns about timer events bunching up really applies a whole lot
> to this -- these would be one-shot timers; we're not talking about
> using an interval.
Agreed, one-shot timers would not be a problem.
Apologies, some how (probably the time of night I was reading the thread)
and all the different subjects within this topic, I miss-read the thread
with regards to Timer.
We have implemented timeouts, however it was done outside the driver and
heavily intergrated with other code and uses 1.5's concurrent thread API.
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