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Lift Framework example source code file (RequestVarEM.scala)

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The Lift Framework RequestVarEM.scala source code

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package net.liftweb
package jpa

import javax.persistence.EntityManager

import net.liftweb.http.TransientRequestVar

import org.scala_libs.jpa.{ScalaEMFactory, ScalaEntityManager}

 * This trait provides specific functionality for the Lift web framework
 * by using a Lift <code>RequestVar to hold the underlying EM. This
 * allows you to use a singleton for EM access. You must mix in some
 * other class to provide the actual ScalaEMFactory functionality.
 * Example usage would be:
 * <p>
 * <code>
 * object Model extends LocalEMF("test") with RequestVarEM
 * </code>
 * </p>
 * @author Derek Chen-Becker
trait RequestVarEM extends ScalaEntityManager with ScalaEMFactory {
   * Provides the request var that holds the underlying <code>EntityManager
   * for each request.
  object emVar extends TransientRequestVar[EntityManager](openEM()) {
    this.registerGlobalCleanupFunc(ignore => closeEM(this.is))

    override def __nameSalt = net.liftweb.util.Helpers.randomString(10)

  // Must be provided to properly implement ScalaEntityManager
  protected def em = emVar.is
  val factory = this

   * Returns the current underlying <code>EntityManager. Generally
   * you shouldn't need to do this unless you're using some very
   * advanced or propietary functionality on the EM.
   * @return The underlying EM
  def getUnderlying : EntityManager = em

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