Nov 30, 2006, 10:50:05 AM (16 years ago)
Nicklas Nordborg

Fixes #447: Fix javadoc warnings

4 edited


  • trunk/src/clients/jobagent/net/sf/basedb/clients/jobagent/Agent.java

    r2865 r2981  
    145145  </tr>
    146146  <tr>
    147     <td>agent.executor.init</td>
    148     <td>-</td>
    149     <td>
    150       Initialisation parameters for the executor class. They are sent to the
    151       {@link JobExecutor#init(String)} method. For a meaning and syntax description
    152       of this string see the excutor implementation you are using.
    153     </td>
    154   </tr>
    155   <tr>
    156147    <td>agent.checkinterval</td>
    157148    <td>30</td>
    419410    Get the thread priority to use for the specified execution time slot.
    420411    @param slot
    421     @return
    422412  */
    423413  public int getThreadPriority(Job.ExecutionTime slot)
    669659    job agent if it's name or ip-address is listed in the
    670660    <code>agent.remotecontrol</code> property. This method is called from
    671     the {@link DefaultRequestHandler#handleCmd(Socket, String)} method
     661    the {@link DefaultRequestHandler#handleCmd(java.net.Socket, String)} method
    672662    to determine if a service request should be accepted or not.
    673663    <p>
    804794    used when they are not.
    806     @param requested The slot the job requested
     796    @param job The job that wants a slot
    807797    @return The assigned slot or null if no slot is available
    808798  */
  • trunk/src/clients/jobagent/net/sf/basedb/clients/jobagent/JobExecutor.java

    r2648 r2981  
    3737  that a job executor must be thread-safe and able to execute more than
    3838  one job at a time. It is not a good solution to put the <code>synchonrized</code>
    39   keyword on the {@link #executeJob(Agent, Job, Job.ExecutionTime)} method
    40   since it would limit the execution to one job at a time.
     39  keyword on the {@link #executeJob(SessionControl, Agent, Job, JobAgentSettings, Job.ExecutionTime)}
     40  method since it would limit the execution to one job at a time.
    4141  <p>
    4242  A job executor must provide a public no-argument constructor.
    6363    to kill the job or let it continue as if nothing happened.
    6464    <p>
    65     The job sent to this method has it's status set to {@link Job.Status#PREPARED}.
     65    The job sent to this method has it's status set to {@link
     66    net.sf.basedb.core.Job.Status#PREPARED}.
    6667    The implementation of this method must change the status to either
    67     {@link Job.Status#DONE} or {@link Job.Status#ERROR}. If the status hasn't changed
     68    {@link net.sf.basedb.core.Job.Status#DONE} or {@link
     69    net.sf.basedb.core.Job.Status#ERROR}. If the status hasn't changed
    6870    the job agent will set the status to signal an unknown error.
  • trunk/src/clients/jobagent/net/sf/basedb/clients/jobagent/JobQueueChecker.java

    r2648 r2981  
    2727import java.util.TimerTask;
     29import net.sf.basedb.core.Application;
    2930import net.sf.basedb.core.DbControl;
    3031import net.sf.basedb.core.ItemQuery;
  • trunk/src/clients/jobagent/net/sf/basedb/clients/jobagent/JobRunner.java

    r2648 r2981  
    7878  */
    7979  /**
    80     Find a free slot to use and then pass control to the
    81     {@link JobExecutor#executeJob(Agent, Job, Job.ExecutionTime)} method.
     80    Find a free slot to use and then pass control to the {@link
     81    JobExecutor#executeJob(SessionControl, Agent, Job, JobAgentSettings, Job.ExecutionTime)}
     82    method.
    8283  */
    8384  public void run()
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