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 package org.jacorb.notification.util;
 
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Interface to indicate that a Object can be pooled. Objects can be pooled to spare ressources.

Author(s):
Alphonse Bendt
public abstract class AbstractPoolable implements Disposable
    protected final Logger logger_ = LogUtil.getLogger(getClass().getName());
    
    private AbstractObjectPool objectPool_;

    
The call to this Method indicates that this Object is not needed by the user anymore. After a call to dispose the Object can be returned to its ObjectPool. It's forbidden to use the Object after release has been called as this may cause unexpected behaviour.
    public void dispose()
    {
        if ( != null)
        {
            .returnObject(this);
            setObjectPool(null);
        }
    }

    
Set the ObjectPool to which this instance should be returned.
    public synchronized void setObjectPool(AbstractObjectPool pool)
    {
         = pool;
    }

    
Reset the Object to an initial state. Subclasses should override this method appropiately to reset the instance to an initial state.
    public abstract void reset();
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