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Spring Framework example source code file (JdbcUpdateAffectedIncorrectNumberOfRowsException.java)

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The Spring Framework JdbcUpdateAffectedIncorrectNumberOfRowsException.java source code

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package org.springframework.jdbc;

import org.springframework.dao.IncorrectUpdateSemanticsDataAccessException;

 * Exception thrown when a JDBC update affects an unexpected number of rows.
 * Typically we expect an update to affect a single row, meaning it's an
 * error if it affects multiple rows.
 * @author Rod Johnson
 * @author Juergen Hoeller
public class JdbcUpdateAffectedIncorrectNumberOfRowsException extends IncorrectUpdateSemanticsDataAccessException {

	/** Number of rows that should have been affected */
	private int expected;

	/** Number of rows that actually were affected */
	private int actual;

	 * Constructor for JdbcUpdateAffectedIncorrectNumberOfRowsException.
	 * @param sql SQL we were tring to execute
	 * @param expected the expected number of rows affected
	 * @param actual the actual number of rows affected
	public JdbcUpdateAffectedIncorrectNumberOfRowsException(String sql, int expected, int actual) {
		super("SQL update '" + sql + "' affected " + actual + " rows, not " + expected + " as expected");
		this.expected = expected;
		this.actual = actual;

	 * Return the number of rows that should have been affected.
	public int getExpectedRowsAffected() {
		return this.expected;

	 * Return the number of rows that have actually been affected.
	public int getActualRowsAffected() {
		return this.actual;

	public boolean wasDataUpdated() {
		return (getActualRowsAffected() > 0);


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