1. Java: Is SelectionKey.attach() broken? stackoverflow.com
In my implementation of Java NIO I have not been able to get SelectionKey.attach() to work. Basically, once clients connect (OP_ACCEPT interest ops) I add them to a map where ...
2. Can SelectionKey.isWritable be true without OP_WRITE in interestOps()? stackoverflow.com
Given a SelectableChannel c and its SelectionKey k, k.isWritable() returns, whether the channel is ready to accept calls to write(). However, can k.isWritable() return true if the channel accepts writes, but OP_WRITE ...
3. New connection using the same (previous) SelectionKey stackoverflow.com
Okay so I'm a bit confused about why a new connection will reuse the same previous
4. java.nio.channels.SelectionKey forums.oracle.com
hi i am trying to implement java socket using java.net libraries. I have the java.nio implementation but it doesnt work in my environment. Any idea on how create similar functionality to java.nio.channels.SelectionKey class using java.net libraries? basically i need SelectionKey.isReadably(), SelectionKey.isAcceptable(), and SelectionKey.attachment() functions. if key.isAcceptable then Socket = ServerSocket.accept() thats kind of what i want to do. thanks