Uses of Interface
org.apache.http.nio.NHttpClientEventHandler

Packages that use NHttpClientEventHandler
org.apache.http.impl.nio Default implementations of HTTP connections for asynchronous, even driven communication. 
org.apache.http.nio.protocol Core HTTP protocol execution framework and HTTP protocol handlers for asynchronous, event driven communication. 
 

Uses of NHttpClientEventHandler in org.apache.http.impl.nio
 

Classes in org.apache.http.impl.nio with type parameters of type NHttpClientEventHandler
 class DefaultHttpClientIODispatch<H extends NHttpClientEventHandler>
          Default IOEventDispatch implementation that supports both plain (non-encrypted) and SSL encrypted client side HTTP connections.
 

Methods in org.apache.http.impl.nio with type parameters of type NHttpClientEventHandler
static
<T extends NHttpClientEventHandler>
DefaultHttpClientIODispatch<T>
DefaultHttpClientIODispatch.create(T handler, SSLContext sslContext, ConnectionConfig config)
          Creates a new instance of this class to be used for dispatching I/O event notifications to the given protocol handler.
static
<T extends NHttpClientEventHandler>
DefaultHttpClientIODispatch<T>
DefaultHttpClientIODispatch.create(T handler, SSLContext sslContext, SSLSetupHandler sslHandler, ConnectionConfig config)
          Creates a new instance of this class to be used for dispatching I/O event notifications to the given protocol handler.
 

Methods in org.apache.http.impl.nio with parameters of type NHttpClientEventHandler
 void DefaultNHttpClientConnection.consumeInput(NHttpClientEventHandler handler)
           
 void DefaultNHttpClientConnection.produceOutput(NHttpClientEventHandler handler)
           
 

Uses of NHttpClientEventHandler in org.apache.http.nio.protocol
 

Classes in org.apache.http.nio.protocol that implement NHttpClientEventHandler
 class HttpAsyncRequestExecutor
          HttpAsyncRequestExecutor is a fully asynchronous HTTP client side protocol handler based on the NIO (non-blocking) I/O model.
 



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