On 1 March 2013 20:49, Saggi Mizrahi <smizr...@redhat.com> wrote:
> I've been using the proton-j 0.3 and I was surprised to find
> out that the context type of a connector returned from Listener.accept()
> is created with the context object type of the parent listener.
> I am wondering why that is that enforced.

I think you are refering to the Proton-J driver.   It appears to me
that this is merely giving you a type safe mechanism to retrieve an
application owned context object. The application context being the
same object you supplied to the earlier call to
Driver#createListener().  It is permissable for the context object to
be null.

Perhaps you could elaborate on why this presents a problem to your
usage pattern, illustrating your concern with code, if possible?

Kind regards, Keith.

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