Groovy 2.2.1

groovy.ui
[Java] Class GroovySocketServer

java.lang.Object
  groovy.ui.GroovySocketServer
All Implemented Interfaces:
Runnable

public class GroovySocketServer
extends Object

Simple server that executes supplied script against a socket.

Typically this is used from the groovy command line agent but it can be invoked programatically. To run this program from the command line please refer to the command line documentation at Groovy CLI.

Here is an example of how to use this class to open a listening socket on the server, listen for incoming data, and then echo the data back to the client in reverse order:

 new GroovySocketServer(
         new GroovyShell(),      // evaluator
         false,                  // is not a file
         "println line.reverse()",         // script to evaluate
         true,                   // return result to client
         1960)                   //port
 
There are several variables in the script binding:
Authors:
Jeremy Rayner


Constructor Summary
GroovySocketServer(GroovyShell groovy, boolean isScriptFile, String scriptFilenameOrText, boolean autoOutput, int port)

This creates and starts the socket server on a new Thread.

 
Method Summary
void run()

Runs this server.

 
Methods inherited from class Object
wait, wait, wait, equals, toString, hashCode, getClass, notify, notifyAll
 

Constructor Detail

GroovySocketServer

public GroovySocketServer(GroovyShell groovy, boolean isScriptFile, String scriptFilenameOrText, boolean autoOutput, int port)
This creates and starts the socket server on a new Thread. There is no need to call run or spawn a new thread yourself.
Parameters:
groovy - The GroovyShell object that evaluates the incoming text. If you need additional classes in the classloader then configure that through this object.
isScriptFile - Whether the incoming socket data String will be a script or a file path.
scriptFilenameOrText - This will be a groovy script or a file location depending on the argument isScriptFile.
autoOutput - whether output should be automatically echoed back to the client
port - the port to listen on


 
Method Detail

run

public void run()
Runs this server. There is typically no need to call this method, as the object's constructor creates a new thread and runs this object automatically.


 

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