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package org.springframework.batch.retry;

A RetryPolicy is responsible for allocating and managing resources needed by RetryOperations. The RetryPolicy allows retry operations to be aware of their context. Context can be internal to the retry framework, e.g. to support nested retries. Context can also be external, and the RetryPolicy provides a uniform API for a range of different platforms for the external context.

Author(s):
Dave Syer
public interface RetryPolicy {

Parameters:
context the current retry status
Returns:
true if the operation can proceed
	boolean canRetry(RetryContext context);

Acquire resources needed for the retry operation. The callback is passed in so that marker interfaces can be used and a manager can collaborate with the callback to set up some state in the status token.

Parameters:
parent the parent context if we are in a nested retry.
Returns:
a RetryContext object specific to this manager.

Parameters:
context a retry status created by the open(org.springframework.batch.retry.RetryContext) method of this manager.
	void close(RetryContext context);

Called once per retry attempt, after the callback fails.

Parameters:
context the current status object.
	void registerThrowable(RetryContext contextThrowable throwable);
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