[concurrency-interest] CompletableFuture with delay
peter.levart at gmail.com
Mon Aug 25 12:21:46 EDT 2014
On 08/25/2014 05:32 PM, Zhong Yu wrote:
> If you expose it as CompletableFuture, the caller is able to complete() it.
> If you expose it as CompletionStage, the caller has no way to "cancel()" it.
> Also note that CompletableFuture composition does not propagate
> cancellation. If the caller of your supplyAsyncWithTimeout() decides to
> cancel the returned future for some other reason, it will not trigger
> `compute.cancel()` or `task.cancel()`.
> future1 = ...
> future2 = future1.whenComplete(...)
> future2.cancel() // does not affect future1
I think that's because future2 is dependent on future1 and not vice
versa. You could have:
future2 = future1.whenComplete(...);
future3 = future1.whenComplete(...);
Now of course, cancelling future2 should not have an effect on
computation of future3.
If you call future1.cancel(), then both future2 and future3 will
complete with CompletionException having the future1's
CancelationException as their cause...
But that's not what Sebastian is doing. He is returning 'future1' and
cancelling it does call the completion function.
> Zhong Yu
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