A single channel remote connection allowing the sending and receiving of data.
An abstract endpoint in a Kernel that can be used for sending/receiving messages within the kernel space.
Defines the basic byte passing messaging kernel.
Base implementation of the Kernel interface providing several useful default implementations of some methods.
Provides information about an added or removed connection.
Encapsulates a received piece of data.
A simple factory that delegates to java.util.concurrent's default thread factory but adds a prefix to the beginning of the thread name.
Represents a client-side connection error, usually encapsulating an IOException as its cause.
Represents a kernel-level error, usually encapsulating an IOException as its cause.
Kernel defines the core of a server-side message
broker that abstracts away the specific transport and underlying
threading model used. For example, it might use NIO selectors
in a single threaded model or straight multithreaded socket
model. Or it might implement SSL connections. Once created,
Kernel users don't need to care about the details.
Connector defines the basic client-side message sender
and these objects are typically used to connect to a
though they can connect to any network port that supports the implementation's
protocol. Implementations are provided for straight TCP and UDP communication
and could be extended to support SSL or different threading models.