Class EmailBundleSimpleton

All Implemented Interfaces:

public class EmailBundleSimpleton
extends Simpleton
implements EventHandler

Starts the email application with all the required simpletons in the order required. Each successive simpleton is only loaded after the first one has subscribed to the Pool. Contains two static arrays: DEPENDENT_SIMPLETONS and INDEPENDENT_SIMPLETONS. The former are Simpletons that subscribe to the pool. We wait until each has subscribed until we launch the next. Independent Simpletons do not subscribed to the pool. We launch them after all the others. FIXME: This causes compile time dependencies but we are cool with that for the time being.

Nested Class Summary
Nested classes inherited from class org.datamanager.kernel.Simpleton
Simpleton.Information, Simpleton.Priority
Constructor Summary
Method Summary
 void handle(DataManagerEvent event)
          Handles the SubscribeEventGeneratorEvent.
 void process()
          Subscribes to the pool to hear SubscribeEventGeneratorEventS and starts the first of the simpletons.
Methods inherited from class org.datamanager.kernel.Simpleton
clone, getInformation, getPriority, setInformation, setPriority, start
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public EmailBundleSimpleton()
Method Detail


public void process()
Subscribes to the pool to hear SubscribeEventGeneratorEventS and starts the first of the simpletons.

Specified by:
process in class Simpleton


public void handle(DataManagerEvent event)
Handles the SubscribeEventGeneratorEvent. If the event has been caused by the expected simpleton, start the next one.

Specified by:
handle in interface EventHandler
event - The event to handle.

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