- All Implemented Interfaces:
public final class GetThreadPoolAction
- extends Object
- implements PrivilegedAction
Provides security-checked access to internal thread pools as a
java.security.PrivilegedAction, to be used conveniently with an
AccessController.doPrivileged or Security.doPrivileged.
There are two internal thread pools: one of threads in the system
thread group, for executing tasks to be guarded by the security
policy for the system thread group, and one of threads in a
non-system thread group, for executing tasks with user code that
should not be restricted by that policy.
If there is a security manager, the run method will check the
ThreadPoolPermission for the requested thread pool. If used with a
doPrivileged (the typical case), then only the protection domain of
the immediate caller of the doPrivileged needs the permission.
The thread pools execute an action in a thread without the security
context in which the execute method was invoked, without any
subject, and with the system class loader as the context class
loader. Actions are expected to complete with the same context
class loader and other thread-specific state (such as priority)
that they were started with.
- Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Creates an action that will obtain an internal thread pool.
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public GetThreadPoolAction(boolean user)
- Creates an action that will obtain an internal thread pool.
When run, this action verifies that the current access control
context has permission to access the thread group used by the
user - if true, will obtain the non-system thread group
pool for executing user code; if false, will obtain the system
thread group pool
public Object run()
- Specified by:
run in interface
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