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Lucene example source code file (TwoPhaseCommit.java)

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io, ioexception, ioexception, string, string, twophasecommit, twophasecommit, util

The Lucene TwoPhaseCommit.java source code

package org.apache.lucene.util;

import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.Map;

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 * this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
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 * An interface for implementations that support 2-phase commit. You can use
 * {@link TwoPhaseCommitTool} to execute a 2-phase commit algorithm over several
 * {@link TwoPhaseCommit}s.
 * @lucene.experimental
public interface TwoPhaseCommit {

   * The first stage of a 2-phase commit. Implementations should do as much work
   * as possible in this method, but avoid actual committing changes. If the
   * 2-phase commit fails, {@link #rollback()} is called to discard all changes
   * since last successful commit.
  public void prepareCommit() throws IOException;

   * Like {@link #commit()}, but takes an additional commit data to be included
   * w/ the commit.
   * <p>
   * <b>NOTE: some implementations may not support any custom data to be
   * included w/ the commit and may discard it altogether. Consult the actual
   * implementation documentation for verifying if this is supported.
   * @see #prepareCommit()
  public void prepareCommit(Map<String, String> commitData) throws IOException;

   * The second phase of a 2-phase commit. Implementations should ideally do
   * very little work in this method (following {@link #prepareCommit()}, and
   * after it returns, the caller can assume that the changes were successfully
   * committed to the underlying storage.
  public void commit() throws IOException;

   * Like {@link #commit()}, but takes an additional commit data to be included
   * w/ the commit.
   * @see #commit()
   * @see #prepareCommit(Map)
  public void commit(Map<String, String> commitData) throws IOException;

   * Discards any changes that have occurred since the last commit. In a 2-phase
   * commit algorithm, where one of the objects failed to {@link #commit()} or
   * {@link #prepareCommit()}, this method is used to roll all other objects
   * back to their previous state.
  public void rollback() throws IOException;


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