org.apache.http.conn
Interface HttpRoutedConnection

All Superinterfaces:
Closeable, HttpConnection, HttpInetConnection
All Known Subinterfaces:
ManagedClientConnection
All Known Implementing Classes:
AbstractClientConnAdapter, AbstractPooledConnAdapter, BasicPooledConnAdapter, SingleClientConnManager.ConnAdapter

Deprecated. (4.3) replaced by HttpClientConnectionManager.

@Deprecated
public interface HttpRoutedConnection
extends HttpInetConnection

Interface to access routing information of a client side connection.

Since:
4.1

Method Summary
 HttpRoute getRoute()
          Deprecated. Obtains the current route of this connection.
 SSLSession getSSLSession()
          Deprecated. Obtains the SSL session of the underlying connection, if any.
 boolean isSecure()
          Deprecated. Indicates whether this connection is secure.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.apache.http.HttpInetConnection
getLocalAddress, getLocalPort, getRemoteAddress, getRemotePort
 
Methods inherited from interface org.apache.http.HttpConnection
close, getMetrics, getSocketTimeout, isOpen, isStale, setSocketTimeout, shutdown
 

Method Detail

isSecure

boolean isSecure()
Deprecated. 
Indicates whether this connection is secure. The return value is well-defined only while the connection is open. It may change even while the connection is open.

Returns:
true if this connection is secure, false otherwise

getRoute

HttpRoute getRoute()
Deprecated. 
Obtains the current route of this connection.

Returns:
the route established so far, or null if not connected

getSSLSession

SSLSession getSSLSession()
Deprecated. 
Obtains the SSL session of the underlying connection, if any. If this connection is open, and the underlying socket is an SSLSocket, the SSL session of that socket is obtained. This is a potentially blocking operation.

Note: Whether the underlying socket is an SSL socket can not necessarily be determined via isSecure(). Plain sockets may be considered secure, for example if they are connected to a known host in the same network segment. On the other hand, SSL sockets may be considered insecure, for example depending on the chosen cipher suite.

Returns:
the underlying SSL session if available, null otherwise


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