org.eclipse.emf.cdo.server
Interface IRepository.WriteAccessHandler

All Superinterfaces:
IRepository.Handler
All Known Implementing Classes:
ObjectWriteAccessHandler
Enclosing interface:
IRepository

public static interface IRepository.WriteAccessHandler
extends IRepository.Handler

Since:
2.0
Author:
Eike Stepper

Method Summary
 void handleTransactionAfterCommitted(ITransaction transaction, IStoreAccessor.CommitContext commitContext, OMMonitor monitor)
          Provides a way to handle transactions after they have been committed to the backend store.
 void handleTransactionBeforeCommitting(ITransaction transaction, IStoreAccessor.CommitContext commitContext, OMMonitor monitor)
          Provides a way to handle transactions that are to be committed to the backend store.
 

Method Detail

handleTransactionBeforeCommitting

void handleTransactionBeforeCommitting(ITransaction transaction,
                                       IStoreAccessor.CommitContext commitContext,
                                       OMMonitor monitor)
                                       throws RuntimeException
Provides a way to handle transactions that are to be committed to the backend store.

Parameters:
transaction - The transaction that is going to be committed.
commitContext - The context of the commit operation that is to be executed against the backend store. The context can be used to introspect all aspects of the current commit operation. Note that you must not alter the internal state of the commit context in any way!
monitor - A monitor that should be used by the implementor to avoid timeouts.
Throws:
RuntimeException - to indicate that the commit operation must not be executed against the backend store. This exception will be visible at the client side!

handleTransactionAfterCommitted

void handleTransactionAfterCommitted(ITransaction transaction,
                                     IStoreAccessor.CommitContext commitContext,
                                     OMMonitor monitor)
Provides a way to handle transactions after they have been committed to the backend store.

Parameters:
transaction - The transaction that has been committed.
commitContext - The context of the commit operation that was executed against the backend store. The context can be used to introspect all aspects of the current commit operation. Note that you must not alter the internal state of the commit context in any way!
monitor - A monitor that should be used by the implementor to avoid timeouts.
Since:
3.0


Copyright (c) 2004 - 2011 Eike Stepper (Berlin, Germany) and others.