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 import java.util.*;
This interface will be implemented by any object that uses TcpConnections. It is supported by the pool tcp connection manager and should be supported by future managers. The goal is to decouple the connection handler from the thread, socket and pooling complexity.
 public interface TcpConnectionHandler {
Add informations about the a "controler" object specific to the server. In tomcat it will be a ContextManager.

This has nothing to do with TcpHandling, was used as a workaround
     public void setServer(Object manager);

Used to pass config informations to the handler

This has nothing to do with Tcp, was used as a workaround
     public void setAttribute(String nameObject value );
Called before the call to processConnection. If the thread is reused, init() should be called once per thread. It may look strange, but it's a _very_ good way to avoid synchronized methods and keep per thread data. Assert: the object returned from init() will be passed to all processConnection() methods happening in the same thread.
    public Object[] init( );

Assert: connection!=null Assert: connection.getSocket() != null Assert: thData != null and is the result of calling init() Assert: thData is preserved per Thread.
    public void processConnection(TcpConnection connectionObject thData[]);    
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