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DefaultConnectionManager (jremote API)

Class DefaultConnectionManager


All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, javax.resource.spi.ConnectionManager


public class DefaultConnectionManager
extends Object
implements javax.resource.spi.ConnectionManager

This class provides the default implementation of the ConnectionManager for non managed use. There is no pooling or level of service beyond allocating a connection.

The following excerpt is from the JCA specification.

A default implementation of ConnectionManager enables the resource adapter to provide services specific to itself. These services can include connection pooling, error logging and tracing, and security management. The default ConnectionManager delegates to the ManagedConnectionFactory the creation of physical connections to the underlying EIS.


Constructor Summary

Constructor and Description
DefaultConnectionManager() 


Method Summary

Modifier and Type
Method and Description
Object
allocateConnection(javax.resource.spi.ManagedConnectionFactory mcf, javax.resource.spi.ConnectionRequestInfo info) 


Constructor Detail

DefaultConnectionManager

public DefaultConnectionManager()


Method Detail

allocateConnection

public Object allocateConnection(javax.resource.spi.ManagedConnectionFactory mcf,
                                 javax.resource.spi.ConnectionRequestInfo info)
                          throws javax.resource.ResourceException
Specified by:
allocateConnection in interface javax.resource.spi.ConnectionManager
Throws:
javax.resource.ResourceException


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