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  2. JDK-4910178

Concurrency : remove() method doesn't remove element from ArrayBlockingQueue

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      Execute the following code with Concurrency preliminary test release 1
      and see the result. remove() method doesn't remove the given element.

      This is only a backlog bug and added to bugtraq just for tracking purpose.
      It has been fixed.

      //If the array ArrayBlockingQueue size is 3, then remove() method of the queue
      //doesn't remove the given element. But if the array size is 4, it works correctly.
      ArrayBlockingQueue < String > queue = new ArrayBlockingQueue < String> (3);
      // Code doesn't works if used above constructor.

      //ArrayBlockingQueue < String > queue = new ArrayBlockingQueue < String> (4);
      // Code works if used above constructor.

      queue.add("str1");
      queue.add("str2");
      queue.add("str3");

      System.out.println("status = " + queue.remove(queue.peek()));

      System.out.println(queue.toString());

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            Assignee:
            jjb Josh Bloch
            Reporter:
            duke J. Duke (Inactive)
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