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JNI thread vs. native thread vs. JNI call

bgabrhelik bgabrhelik is offline
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I need to call from Java code subsequently native methods (JNI), but the requirement is that they are called in the same native thread. By native thread I mean the Operating System thread. Can I rely on that the JVM thread will be scheduled with the same native thread? Is it defined somehow? If not, cannot I ensure that by synchronizing of block of code?

The reason is that an API I want to call is Thread Local Storage sensitive. It is Windows impersonation. I would like to avoid duplicating of native methods in JNI - a typical and an impersonation version. Any thoughts and/or suggestions?

Thanks in advance
Bronislav Gabrhelik
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