Package org.datanucleus.jdo.exceptions

Package containing exceptions thrown that are specific to JDO persistence

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Exception Summary
ClassNotPersistenceCapableException A ClassNotPersistenceCapableException is thrown if an attempt is made to persist an object whose class is not persistence-capable.
ConnectionInUseException An ConnectionInUseException is thrown if an operation is attempted that requires a new database connection (such as Transaction.begin()) and a previously obtained database connection (such as for non-transactional read or write) is still in-use.
NoPersistenceInformationException Exception thrown when a class is required to have persistence information (metadata/annotations) yet none can be found.
TransactionActiveException An TransactionActiveException is thrown if a transaction is already active and an operation is performed that requires that a transaction not be active (such as beginning a transaction).
TransactionCommitingException An TransactionCommiting is thrown if a transaction is commiting or rolling back and an operation is performed that changes the transaction state or behaviour (such as beginning setRetainValues).
TransactionNotActiveException An TransactionNotActiveException is thrown if a transaction is not active and an operation is performed that requires that a transaction be active (such as committing a transaction).
TransactionNotReadableException An TransactionNotReadableException is thrown if an operation needs either of an active transaction or non-transactional read and neither is true.
TransactionNotWritableException An TransactionNotReadableException is thrown if an operation needs either of an active transaction or non-transactional read and neither is true.
 

Package org.datanucleus.jdo.exceptions Description

Package containing exceptions thrown that are specific to JDO persistence



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