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Commons DBCP example source code file (

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Java - Commons DBCP tags/keywords

connection, connection, illegalstateexception, illegalstateexception, jdbc, managedconnection, manageddatasource, manageddatasource, nullpointerexception, pool, poolingdatasource, sql, sqlexception, transactionregistry, transactionregistry

The Commons DBCP source code

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package org.apache.commons.dbcp.managed;

import org.apache.commons.pool.ObjectPool;
import org.apache.commons.dbcp.PoolingDataSource;

import java.sql.Connection;
import java.sql.SQLException;

 * The ManagedDataSource is a PoolingDataSource that creates ManagedConnections.
 * @author Dain Sundstrom
 * @version $Revision$
public class ManagedDataSource extends PoolingDataSource {
    private TransactionRegistry transactionRegistry;

     * Creates an uninitialized datasource.  Before this data source can be used a pool and
     * transaction registry must be set.
    public ManagedDataSource() {

     * Creates a ManagedDataSource which obtains connections from the specified pool and
     * manages them using the specified transaction registry.  The TransactionRegistry must
     * be the transaction registry obtained from the XAConnectionFactory used to create
     * the connection pool.  If not an error will occure when attempting to use the connection
     * in a global transaction because the XAResource object associated with the connection
     * will be unavailable.
     * @param pool the connection pool
     * @param transactionRegistry the transaction registry obtained from the
     * XAConnectionFactory used to create the connection pool object factory
    public ManagedDataSource(ObjectPool pool, TransactionRegistry transactionRegistry) {
        this.transactionRegistry = transactionRegistry;

     * Sets the transaction registry from the XAConnectionFactory used to create the pool.
     * The transaction registry can only be set once using either a connector or this setter
     * method.
     * @param transactionRegistry the transaction registry acquired from the XAConnectionFactory
     * used to create the pool
    public void setTransactionRegistry(TransactionRegistry transactionRegistry) {
        if(this.transactionRegistry != null) throw new IllegalStateException("TransactionRegistry already set");
        if(transactionRegistry == null) throw new NullPointerException("TransactionRegistry is null");

        this.transactionRegistry = transactionRegistry;

    public Connection getConnection() throws SQLException {
        if (_pool == null) throw new IllegalStateException("Pool has not been set");
        if (transactionRegistry == null) throw new IllegalStateException("TransactionRegistry has not been set");

        Connection connection = new ManagedConnection(_pool, transactionRegistry, isAccessToUnderlyingConnectionAllowed());
        return connection;

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