Java Code Examples for java.sql.SQLTransactionRollbackException

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Example 1
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct
 * using traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 1", t1);
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex1 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 2");
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex2 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 3", t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct
 * using for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 1", t1);
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex1 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 2");
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex2 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 3", t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct
 * using traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 1", t1);
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex1 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 2");
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex2 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 3", t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct
 * using for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 1", t1);
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex1 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 2");
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex2 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 3", t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 5
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct
 * using for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 1", t1);
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex1 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 2");
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex2 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 3", t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 6
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct
 * using traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 1", t1);
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex1 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 2");
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex2 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 3", t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct
 * using traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 1", t1);
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex1 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 2");
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex2 =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException("Exception 3", t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(msgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 8
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test9() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(t);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(cause)
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && cause.equals(ex.getCause().toString())
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 9
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with no-arg constructor
 */
@Test
public void test1() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex = new SQLTransactionRollbackException();
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage() == null
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 10
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test9() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(t);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(cause)
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && cause.equals(ex.getCause().toString())
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 11
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, and SQLState
 */
@Test
public void test3() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 12
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, and SQLState
 */
@Test
public void test3() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 13
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, SQLState, errorCode, and Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test5() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state, errorCode, t);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && cause.equals(ex.getCause().toString())
            && ex.getErrorCode() == errorCode);
}
 
Example 14
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, SQLState, and error code
 */
@Test
public void test4() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state, errorCode);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == errorCode);
}
 
Example 15
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, and Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test7() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, t);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && cause.equals(ex.getCause().toString())
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 16
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with null Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test8() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException((Throwable)null);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage() == null
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 17
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with no-arg constructor
 */
@Test
public void test1() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex = new SQLTransactionRollbackException();
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage() == null
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 18
/**
 * Serialize a SQLTransactionRollbackException and make sure you can read it back properly
 */
@Test
public void test10() throws Exception {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException e =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state, errorCode, t);
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex1 =
            createSerializedException(e);
    assertTrue(reason.equals(ex1.getMessage())
            && ex1.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && cause.equals(ex1.getCause().toString())
            && ex1.getErrorCode() == errorCode);
}
 
Example 19
/**
 * Serialize a SQLTransactionRollbackException and make sure you can read it back properly
 */
@Test
public void test10() throws Exception {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException e =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state, errorCode, t);
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex1 =
            createSerializedException(e);
    assertTrue(reason.equals(ex1.getMessage())
            && ex1.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && cause.equals(ex1.getCause().toString())
            && ex1.getErrorCode() == errorCode);
}
 
Example 20
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with null Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test8() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException((Throwable)null);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage() == null
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 21
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException and setting all objects to null
 */
@Test
public void test() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException e =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(null,
            null, errorCode, null);
    assertTrue(e.getMessage() == null && e.getSQLState() == null
            && e.getCause() == null && e.getErrorCode() == errorCode);
}
 
Example 22
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message
 */
@Test
public void test2() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 23
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, and SQLState
 */
@Test
public void test3() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 24
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, SQLState, and error code
 */
@Test
public void test4() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state, errorCode);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == errorCode);
}
 
Example 25
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, SQLState, errorCode, and Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test5() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state, errorCode, t);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && cause.equals(ex.getCause().toString())
            && ex.getErrorCode() == errorCode);
}
 
Example 26
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, SQLState, and Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test6() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state, t);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && cause.equals(ex.getCause().toString())
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 27
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, SQLState, and error code
 */
@Test
public void test4() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state, errorCode);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == errorCode);
}
 
Example 28
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with null Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test8() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException((Throwable)null);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage() == null
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && ex.getCause() == null
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 29
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test9() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(t);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(cause)
            && ex.getSQLState() == null
            && cause.equals(ex.getCause().toString())
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}
 
Example 30
/**
 * Create SQLTransactionRollbackException with message, SQLState, and Throwable
 */
@Test
public void test6() {
    SQLTransactionRollbackException ex =
            new SQLTransactionRollbackException(reason, state, t);
    assertTrue(ex.getMessage().equals(reason)
            && ex.getSQLState().equals(state)
            && cause.equals(ex.getCause().toString())
            && ex.getErrorCode() == 0);
}