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AbstractOwnableSynchronizer

public abstract class AbstractOwnableSynchronizer
extends Object implements Serializable

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.util.concurrent.locks.AbstractOwnableSynchronizer
Known Direct Subclasses


A synchronizer that may be exclusively owned by a thread. This class provides a basis for creating locks and related synchronizers that may entail a notion of ownership. The AbstractOwnableSynchronizer class itself does not manage or use this information. However, subclasses and tools may use appropriately maintained values to help control and monitor access and provide diagnostics.

Summary

Protected constructors

AbstractOwnableSynchronizer()

Empty constructor for use by subclasses.

Protected methods

final Thread getExclusiveOwnerThread()

Returns the thread last set by setExclusiveOwnerThread, or null if never set.

final void setExclusiveOwnerThread(Thread thread)

Sets the thread that currently owns exclusive access.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Protected constructors

AbstractOwnableSynchronizer

Added in API level 5
AbstractOwnableSynchronizer ()

Empty constructor for use by subclasses.

Protected methods

getExclusiveOwnerThread

Added in API level 5
Thread getExclusiveOwnerThread ()

Returns the thread last set by setExclusiveOwnerThread, or null if never set. This method does not otherwise impose any synchronization or volatile field accesses.

Returns
Thread the owner thread

setExclusiveOwnerThread

Added in API level 5
void setExclusiveOwnerThread (Thread thread)

Sets the thread that currently owns exclusive access. A null argument indicates that no thread owns access. This method does not otherwise impose any synchronization or volatile field accesses.

Parameters
thread Thread: the owner thread
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