Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.util.concurrent.TimeoutException

Packages that use TimeoutException
java.util.concurrent Utility classes commonly useful in concurrent programming. 
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
 

Uses of TimeoutException in java.util.concurrent
 

Methods in java.util.concurrent that throw TimeoutException
 int CyclicBarrier.await(long timeout, TimeUnit unit)
          Waits until all parties have invoked await on this barrier, or the specified waiting time elapses.
 V Exchanger.exchange(V x, long timeout, TimeUnit unit)
          Waits for another thread to arrive at this exchange point (unless the current thread is interrupted or the specified waiting time elapses), and then transfers the given object to it, receiving its object in return.
 V FutureTask.get(long timeout, TimeUnit unit)
           
 V Future.get(long timeout, TimeUnit unit)
          Waits if necessary for at most the given time for the computation to complete, and then retrieves its result, if available.
<T> T
ExecutorService.invokeAny(Collection<? extends Callable<T>> tasks, long timeout, TimeUnit unit)
          Executes the given tasks, returning the result of one that has completed successfully (i.e., without throwing an exception), if any do before the given timeout elapses.
<T> T
AbstractExecutorService.invokeAny(Collection<? extends Callable<T>> tasks, long timeout, TimeUnit unit)
           
 

Uses of TimeoutException in javax.swing
 

Methods in javax.swing that throw TimeoutException
 T SwingWorker.get(long timeout, TimeUnit unit)
          Waits if necessary for at most the given time for the computation to complete, and then retrieves its result, if available.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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