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 * Copyright (c) 2000 David Flanagan.  All rights reserved.
 * This code is from the book Java Examples in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition.
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 * You may distribute it non-commercially as long as you retain this notice.
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import java.util.*;

 * This class is a generic framework for a flexible, multi-threaded server.
 * It listens on any number of specified ports, and, when it receives a
 * connection on a port, passes input and output streams to a specified Service
 * object which provides the actual service.  It can limit the number of
 * concurrent connections, and logs activity to a specified stream.
public class Server {
     * A main() method for running the server as a standalone program.  The
     * command-line arguments to the program should be pairs of servicenames
     * and port numbers.  For each pair, the program will dynamically load the
     * named Service class, instantiate it, and tell the server to provide
     * that Service on the specified port.  The special -control argument
     * should be followed by a password and port, and will start special
     * server control service running on the specified port, protected by the
     * specified password.
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        try {
            if (args.length < 2)  // Check number of arguments
                throw new IllegalArgumentException("Must specify a service");
            // Create a Server object that uses standard out as its log and
            // has a limit of ten concurrent connections at once.
            Server s = new Server(System.out, 10);

            // Parse the argument list
            int i = 0;
            while(i < args.length) {
                if (args[i].equals("-control")) {  // Handle the -control arg
                    String password = args[i++];
                    int port = Integer.parseInt(args[i++]);
      // add control service
                    s.addService(new Control(s, password), port);
                else {
                    // Otherwise start a named service on the specified port.
                    // Dynamically load and instantiate a Service class
                    String serviceName = args[i++];
                    Class serviceClass = Class.forName(serviceName);
                    Service service = (Service)serviceClass.newInstance();
                    int port = Integer.parseInt(args[i++]);
                    s.addService(service, port);
        catch (Exception e) { // Display a message if anything goes wrong
            System.err.println("Server: " + e);
            System.err.println("Usage: java Server " +
          "[-control <password> <port>] " +
          "[<servicename> <port> ... ]");

    // This is the state for the server
    Map services;                   // Hashtable mapping ports to Listeners
    Set connections;                // The set of current connections
    int maxConnections;             // The concurrent connection limit
    ThreadGroup threadGroup;        // The threadgroup for all our threads
    PrintWriter logStream;          // Where we send our logging output to

     * This is the Server() constructor.  It must be passed a stream
     * to send log output to (may be null), and the limit on the number of
     * concurrent connections. 
    public Server(OutputStream logStream, int maxConnections) {
        log("Starting server");
        threadGroup = new ThreadGroup(Server.class.getName());
 this.maxConnections = maxConnections;
        services = new HashMap();
 connections = new HashSet(maxConnections);
     * A public method to set the current logging stream.  Pass null
     * to turn logging off
    public synchronized void setLogStream(OutputStream out) {
        if (out != null) logStream = new PrintWriter(out);
        else logStream = null;

    /** Write the specified string to the log */
    protected synchronized void log(String s) {
        if (logStream != null) {
            logStream.println("[" + new Date() + "] " + s);
    /** Write the specified object to the log */
    protected void log(Object o) { log(o.toString()); }
     * This method makes the server start providing a new service.
     * It runs the specified Service object on the specified port.
    public synchronized void addService(Service service, int port)
 throws IOException
        Integer key = new Integer(port);  // the hashtable key
        // Check whether a service is already on that port
        if (services.get(key) != null)
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("Port " + port +
            " already in use.");
        // Create a Listener object to listen for connections on the port
        Listener listener = new Listener(threadGroup, port, service);
        // Store it in the hashtable
        services.put(key, listener);
        // Log it
        log("Starting service " + service.getClass().getName() +
     " on port " + port);
        // Start the listener running.
     * This method makes the server stop providing a service on a port.
     * It does not terminate any pending connections to that service, merely
     * causes the server to stop accepting new connections
    public synchronized void removeService(int port) {
        Integer key = new Integer(port);  // hashtable key
        // Look up the Listener object for the port in the hashtable
        final Listener listener = (Listener) services.get(key);
        if (listener == null) return;
        // Ask the listener to stop
        // Remove it from the hashtable
        // And log it.
        log("Stopping service " + listener.service.getClass().getName() +
     " on port " + port);
     * This nested Thread subclass is a "listener".  It listens for
     * connections on a specified port (using a ServerSocket) and when it gets
     * a connection request, it calls the servers addConnection() method to
     * accept (or reject) the connection.  There is one Listener for each
     * Service being provided by the Server.
    public class Listener extends Thread {
        ServerSocket listen_socket;    // The socket to listen for connections
        int port;                      // The port we're listening on
        Service service;               // The service to provide on that port
        volatile boolean stop = false; // Whether we've been asked to stop

  * The Listener constructor creates a thread for itself in the
  * threadgroup.  It creates a ServerSocket to listen for connections
  * on the specified port.  It arranges for the ServerSocket to be
  * interruptible, so that services can be removed from the server.
        public Listener(ThreadGroup group, int port, Service service)
     throws IOException
            super(group, "Listener:" + port);     
            listen_socket = new ServerSocket(port);
            // give it a non-zero timeout so accept() can be interrupted
            this.port = port;
            this.service = service;

  * This is the polite way to get a Listener to stop accepting
  * connections
        public void pleaseStop() {
            this.stop = true;              // Set the stop flag
            this.interrupt();              // Stop blocking in accept()
     try { listen_socket.close(); } // Stop listening.
     catch(IOException e) {}
  * A Listener is a Thread, and this is its body.
  * Wait for connection requests, accept them, and pass the socket on
  * to the addConnection method of the server.
        public void run() {
            while(!stop) {      // loop until we're asked to stop.
                try {
                    Socket client = listen_socket.accept();
                    addConnection(client, service);
                catch (InterruptedIOException e) {}
                catch (IOException e) {log(e);}
     * This is the method that Listener objects call when they accept a
     * connection from a client.  It either creates a Connection object
     * for the connection and adds it to the list of current connections,
     * or, if the limit on connections has been reached, it closes the
     * connection.
    protected synchronized void addConnection(Socket s, Service service) {
 // If the connection limit has been reached
 if (connections.size() >= maxConnections) {
     try {
  // Then tell the client it is being rejected.
  PrintWriter out = new PrintWriter(s.getOutputStream());
  out.print("Connection refused; " +
     "the server is busy; please try again later./n");
  // And close the connection to the rejected client.
  // And log it, of course
  log("Connection refused to " +
      s.getInetAddress().getHostAddress() +
      ":" + s.getPort() + ": max connections reached.");
     } catch (IOException e) {log(e);}
 else {  // Otherwise, if the limit has not been reached
     // Create a Connection thread to handle this connection
     Connection c = new Connection(s, service);
     // Add it to the list of current connections
     // Log this new connection
     log("Connected to " + s.getInetAddress().getHostAddress() +
  ":" + s.getPort() + " on port " + s.getLocalPort() +
  " for service " + service.getClass().getName());
     // And start the Connection thread to provide the service

     * A Connection thread calls this method just before it exits.  It removes
     * the specified Connection from the set of connections.
    protected synchronized void endConnection(Connection c) {
 log("Connection to " + c.client.getInetAddress().getHostAddress() +
     ":" + c.client.getPort() + " closed.");

    /** Change the current connection limit */
    public synchronized void setMaxConnections(int max) {
 maxConnections = max;

     * This method displays status information about the server on the
     * specified stream.  It can be used for debugging, and is used by the
     * Control service later in this example.
    public synchronized void displayStatus(PrintWriter out) {
 // Display a list of all Services that are being provided
 Iterator keys = services.keySet().iterator();
 while(keys.hasNext()) {
     Integer port = (Integer);
     Listener listener = (Listener) services.get(port);
     out.print("SERVICE " + listener.service.getClass().getName()
        + " ON PORT " + port + "/n");
 // Display the current connection limit
 out.print("MAX CONNECTIONS: " + maxConnections + "/n");

 // Display a list of all current connections
 Iterator conns = connections.iterator();
 while(conns.hasNext()) {
     Connection c = (Connection);
     out.print("CONNECTED TO " +
        c.client.getInetAddress().getHostAddress() +
        ":" + c.client.getPort() + " ON PORT " +
        c.client.getLocalPort() + " FOR SERVICE " +
        c.service.getClass().getName() + "/n");

     * This class is a subclass of Thread that handles an individual
     * connection between a client and a Service provided by this server.
     * Because each such connection has a thread of its own, each Service can
     * have multiple connections pending at once.  Despite all the other
     * threads in use, this is the key feature that makes this a
     * multi-threaded server implementation.
    public class Connection extends Thread {
        Socket client;     // The socket to talk to the client through
        Service service;   // The service being provided to that client
  * This constructor just saves some state and calls the superclass
  * constructor to create a thread to handle the connection.  Connection
  * objects are created by Listener threads.  These threads are part of
  * the server's ThreadGroup, so all Connection threads are part of that
  * group, too.
        public Connection(Socket client, Service service) {
            super("Server.Connection:" +
    client.getInetAddress().getHostAddress() +
    ":" + client.getPort());
            this.client = client;
            this.service = service;
  * This is the body of each and every Connection thread.
  * All it does is pass the client input and output streams to the
  * serve() method of the specified Service object.  That method is
  * responsible for reading from and writing to those streams to
  * provide the actual service.  Recall that the Service object has
  * been passed from the Server.addService() method to a Listener
  * object to the addConnection() method to this Connection object, and
  * is now finally being used to provide the service.  Note that just
  * before this thread exits it always calls the endConnection() method
  * to remove itself from the set of connections
        public void run() {
            try {
                InputStream in = client.getInputStream();
                OutputStream out = client.getOutputStream();
                service.serve(in, out);
            catch (IOException e) {log(e);}
            finally { endConnection(this); }
     * Here is the Service interface that we have seen so much of.  It defines
     * only a single method which is invoked to provide the service.  serve()
     * will be passed an input stream and an output stream to the client.  It
     * should do whatever it wants with them, and should close them before
     * returning.
     * All connections through the same port to this service share a single
     * Service object.  Thus, any state local to an individual connection must
     * be stored in local variables within the serve() method.  State that
     * should be global to all connections on the same port should be stored
     * in instance variables of the Service class.  If the same Service is
     * running on more than one port, there will typically be different
     * Service instances for each port.  Data that should be global to all
     * connections on any port should be stored in static variables.
     * Note that implementations of this interface must have a no-argument
     * constructor if they are to be dynamically instantiated by the main()
     * method of the Server class.
    public interface Service {
        public void serve(InputStream in, OutputStream out) throws IOException;

     * A very simple service.  It displays the current time on the server
     * to the client, and closes the connection.
    public static class Time implements Service {
        public void serve(InputStream i, OutputStream o) throws IOException {
            PrintWriter out = new PrintWriter(o);
            out.print(new Date() + "/n");
     * This is another example service.  It reads lines of input from the
     * client, and sends them back, reversed.  It also displays a welcome
     * message and instructions, and closes the connection when the user
     * enters a '.' on a line by itself.
    public static class Reverse implements Service {
        public void serve(InputStream i, OutputStream o) throws IOException {
            BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(i));
            PrintWriter out =
                new PrintWriter(new BufferedWriter(new OutputStreamWriter(o)));
            out.print("Welcome to the line reversal server./n");
            out.print("Enter lines.  End with a '.' on a line by itself./n");
            for(;;) {
                out.print("> ");
                String line = in.readLine();
                if ((line == null) || line.equals(".")) break;
                for(int j = line.length()-1; j >= 0; j--)
     * This service is an HTTP mirror, just like the HttpMirror class
     * implemented earlier in this chapter.  It echos back the client's
     * HTTP request
    public static class HTTPMirror implements Service {
        public void serve(InputStream i, OutputStream o) throws IOException {
            BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(i));
            PrintWriter out = new PrintWriter(o);
            out.print("HTTP/1.0 200 /n");
            out.print("Content-Type: text/plain/n/n");
            String line;
            while((line = in.readLine()) != null) {
                if (line.length() == 0) break;
                out.print(line + "/n");
     * This service demonstrates how to maintain state across connections by
     * saving it in instance variables and using synchronized access to those
     * variables.  It maintains a count of how many clients have connected and
     * tells each client what number it is
    public static class UniqueID implements Service {
        public int id=0;
        public synchronized int nextId() { return id++; }
        public void serve(InputStream i, OutputStream o) throws IOException {
            PrintWriter out = new PrintWriter(o);
            out.print("You are client #: " + nextId() + "/n");
     * This is a non-trivial service.  It implements a command-based protocol
     * that gives password-protected runtime control over the operation of the
     * server.  See the main() method of the Server class to see how this
     * service is started. 
     * The recognized commands are:
     *   password: give password; authorization is required for most commands
     *   add:      dynamically add a named service on a specified port
     *   remove:   dynamically remove the service running on a specified port
     *   max:      change the current maximum connection limit.
     *   status:   display current services, connections, and connection limit
     *   help:     display a help message
     *   quit:     disconnect
     * This service displays a prompt, and sends all of its output to the user
     * in capital letters.  Only one client is allowed to connect to this
     * service at a time.
    public static class Control implements Service {
        Server server;             // The server we control
        String password;           // The password we require
        boolean connected = false; // Whether a client is already connected
  * Create a new Control service.  It will control the specified Server
  * object, and will require the specified password for authorization
  * Note that this Service does not have a no argument constructor,
  * which means that it cannot be dynamically instantiated and added as
  * the other, generic services above can be.
        public Control(Server server, String password) {
            this.server = server;
            this.password = password;

  * This is the serve method that provides the service.  It reads a
  * line the client, and uses java.util.StringTokenizer to parse it
  * into commands and arguments.  It does various things depending on
  * the command.
        public void serve(InputStream i, OutputStream o) throws IOException {
            // Setup the streams
            BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(i));
            PrintWriter out = new PrintWriter(o);
            String line;  // For reading client input lines
     // Has the user has given the password yet?
            boolean authorized = false;

            // If there is already a client connected to this service, display
            // a message to this client and close the connection.  We use a
            // synchronized block to prevent a race condition.
            synchronized(this) {
                if (connected) {
                    out.print("ONLY ONE CONTROL CONNECTION ALLOWED./n");
                else connected = true;

     // This is the main loop: read a command, parse it, and handle it
            for(;;) {  // infinite loop
                out.print("> ");           // Display a prompt
                out.flush();               // Make it appear right away
                line = in.readLine();      // Get the user's input
                if (line == null) break;   // Quit if we get EOF.
                try {
                    // Use a StringTokenizer to parse the user's command
                    StringTokenizer t = new StringTokenizer(line);
                    if (!t.hasMoreTokens()) continue;  // if input was empty
                    // Get first word of the input and convert to lower case
                    String command = t.nextToken().toLowerCase();
                    // Now compare to each of the possible commands, doing the
                    // appropriate thing for each command
                    if (command.equals("password")) {  // Password command
                        String p = t.nextToken();      // Get the next word
                        if (p.equals(this.password)) { // Is it the password?
                            out.print("OK/n");         // Say so
                            authorized = true;         // Grant authorization
                        else out.print("INVALID PASSWORD/n"); // Otherwise fail
                    else if (command.equals("add")) {  // Add Service command
                        // Check whether password has been given
                        if (!authorized) out.print("PASSWORD REQUIRED/n");
                        else {
                            // Get the name of the service and try to
                            // dynamically load and instantiate it.
                            // Exceptions will be handled below
                            String serviceName = t.nextToken();
                            Class serviceClass = Class.forName(serviceName);
                            Service service;
                            try {
    service = (Service)serviceClass.newInstance();
                            catch (NoSuchMethodError e) {
                                throw new IllegalArgumentException(
             "Service must have a " +
      "no-argument constructor");
                            int port = Integer.parseInt(t.nextToken());
                            // If no exceptions occurred, add the service
                            server.addService(service, port);
                            out.print("SERVICE ADDED/n");    // acknowledge
                    else if (command.equals("remove")) { // Remove service
                        if (!authorized) out.print("PASSWORD REQUIRED/n");
                        else {
                            int port = Integer.parseInt(t.nextToken());
                            server.removeService(port); // remove the service
                            out.print("SERVICE REMOVED/n"); // acknowledge
                    else if (command.equals("max")) { // Set connection limit
                        if (!authorized) out.print("PASSWORD REQUIRED/n");
                        else {
                            int max = Integer.parseInt(t.nextToken());
                            out.print("MAX CONNECTIONS CHANGED/n");
                    else if (command.equals("status")) { // Status Display
                        if (!authorized) out.print("PASSWORD REQUIRED/n");
   else server.displayStatus(out);
                    else if (command.equals("help")) {  // Help command
                        // Display command syntax.  Password not required
                        out.print("COMMANDS:/n" +
      "/tpassword <password>/n" +
      "/tadd <service> <port>/n" +
      "/tremove <port>/n" +
      "/tmax <max-connections>/n" +
      "/tstatus/n" +
      "/thelp/n" +
                    else if (command.equals("quit")) break; // Quit command.
                    else out.print("UNRECOGNIZED COMMAND/n"); // Error
                catch (Exception e) {
                    // If an exception occurred during the command, print an
                    // error message, then output details of the exception.
                    out.print("ERROR WHILE PARSING OR EXECUTING COMMAND:/n" +
         e + "/n");
            // Finally, when the loop command loop ends, close the streams
            // and set our connected flag to false so that other clients can
            // now connect.
            connected = false;

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