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From Christian Schneider <>
Subject Re: How to cancel a service call
Date Sun, 03 Oct 2010 23:37:47 GMT
  I just checked Thread.interrupt() with the Camel Jms Transport as I am 
currently writing a test for another problem.

The blocking thread waits in an Object.wait() in the ActiveMQ jms 
transport. So the interrupt command works and the blocking thread 
returns with an UnexpectedJmsException from the spring framework. This 
means the cancel operation basically works. I think the exception could 
be nicer though. Some runtime exception with the same meaning as 
InterruptedException would be ideal.

I will also do the test with CXF jms transport and cxf http transport to 
see how we handle this in CXF.

Best Regards


Am 03.10.2010 22:04, schrieb Sergey Beryozkin:
> Hi - as far as I recall an IO-blocked thread can only be interrupted by
> closing a socket or due to a timeout but it was a long tome ago when I wrote
> such a code so I may be wrong, may be it is not the case anymore :-)
> cheers, Sergey
> On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 9:32 PM, Christian Schneider<
>> wrote:
>>   If I know the thread and call interrupt() then the thread should receive
>> an InterruptedException. I think we should be able to handle this exception
>> and cancel the call.
>> I have looked into the jms transport to see how it handles the wait for the
>> response. In this case MessageConsumer.receive is called. I will check how
>> it reacts on an interrupt call.
>> Perhaps it already works like expected.
>> Regards
>> Christian
>> Am 01.10.2010 17:23, schrieb Sergey Beryozkin:
>>> Yes, I agree, that would a really nice feature. But I'm not sure how an
>>> association
>>> between a given calling and blocked thread and the socket dealing with
>>> that
>>> call can be achieved.
>>> May be I'm over-complicating things, but if we start then we'll see :-)
>>> cheers, Sergey
>> --
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