Java Code Examples for org.springframework.dao.PessimisticLockingFailureException

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Example 1
Source Project: spring-microservice-exam   Source File: CustomRedisCacheWriter.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
private void checkAndPotentiallyWaitUntilUnlocked(String name, RedisConnection connection) {

        if (!isLockingCacheWriter()) {
            return;
        }

        try {

            while (doCheckLock(name, connection)) {
                Thread.sleep(sleepTime.toMillis());
            }
        } catch (InterruptedException ex) {

            // Re-interrupt current thread, to allow other participants to react.
            Thread.currentThread().interrupt();

            throw new PessimisticLockingFailureException(String.format("Interrupted while waiting to unlock cache %s", name),
                    ex);
        }
    }
 
Example 2
Source Project: black-shop   Source File: DefaultRedisCacheWriter.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
private void checkAndPotentiallyWaitUntilUnlocked(String name, RedisConnection connection) {

		if (!isLockingCacheWriter()) {
			return;
		}

		try {

			while (doCheckLock(name, connection)) {
				Thread.sleep(sleepTime.toMillis());
			}
		} catch (InterruptedException ex) {

			// Re-interrupt current thread, to allow other participants to react.
			Thread.currentThread().interrupt();

			throw new PessimisticLockingFailureException(String.format("Interrupted while waiting to unlock cache %s", name),
					ex);
		}
	}
 
Example 3
Source Project: gateway-helper   Source File: DefaultRedisCacheWriter.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
private void checkAndPotentiallyWaitUntilUnlocked(String name, RedisConnection connection) {

        if (!isLockingCacheWriter()) {
            return;
        }

        try {

            while (doCheckLock(name, connection)) {
                Thread.sleep(sleepTime.toMillis());
            }
        } catch (InterruptedException ex) {

            // Re-interrupt current thread, to allow other participants to react.
            Thread.currentThread().interrupt();

            throw new PessimisticLockingFailureException(String.format("Interrupted while waiting to unlock cache %s", name),
                    ex);
        }
    }
 
Example 4
Source Project: api-gateway-old   Source File: DefaultRedisCacheWriter.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
private void checkAndPotentiallyWaitUntilUnlocked(String name, RedisConnection connection) {

        if (!isLockingCacheWriter()) {
            return;
        }

        try {

            while (doCheckLock(name, connection)) {
                Thread.sleep(sleepTime.toMillis());
            }
        } catch (InterruptedException ex) {

            // Re-interrupt current thread, to allow other participants to react.
            Thread.currentThread().interrupt();

            throw new PessimisticLockingFailureException(String.format("Interrupted while waiting to unlock cache %s", name),
                    ex);
        }
    }
 
Example 5
Source Project: genie   Source File: DataServiceRetryAspect.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Constructor.
 *
 * @param dataServiceRetryProperties retry properties
 */
public DataServiceRetryAspect(final DataServiceRetryProperties dataServiceRetryProperties) {
    this.retryTemplate = new RetryTemplate();
    this.retryTemplate.setRetryPolicy(
        new SimpleRetryPolicy(
            dataServiceRetryProperties.getNoOfRetries(),
            new ImmutableMap.Builder<Class<? extends Throwable>, Boolean>()
                .put(CannotGetJdbcConnectionException.class, true)
                .put(CannotAcquireLockException.class, true)
                .put(DeadlockLoserDataAccessException.class, true)
                .put(OptimisticLockingFailureException.class, true)
                .put(PessimisticLockingFailureException.class, true)
                .put(ConcurrencyFailureException.class, true)
                // Will this work for cases where the write queries timeout on the client?
                .put(QueryTimeoutException.class, true)
                .put(TransientDataAccessResourceException.class, true)
                .put(JpaSystemException.class, true)
                .build()
        )
    );
    final ExponentialBackOffPolicy backOffPolicy = new ExponentialBackOffPolicy();
    backOffPolicy.setInitialInterval(dataServiceRetryProperties.getInitialInterval());
    backOffPolicy.setMaxInterval(dataServiceRetryProperties.getMaxInterval());
    this.retryTemplate.setBackOffPolicy(backOffPolicy);
}
 
Example 6
/**
* Send a {@code 409 Conflict} in case of concurrent modification.
*
   * @param e the exception to handle.
* @return
   */
  @ExceptionHandler({ LockOwnerException.class,
                      OptimisticLockException.class,
                      OptimisticLockingFailureException.class,
                      PessimisticLockException.class,
                      PessimisticLockingFailureException.class})
  ResponseEntity<ExceptionMessage> handleConflict(Exception e) {
      return errorResponse(HttpStatus.CONFLICT, new HttpHeaders(), e);
  }
 
Example 7
Source Project: kaif   Source File: AbstractRestExceptionHandler.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
@ExceptionHandler({ PessimisticLockingFailureException.class })
@ResponseBody
public ResponseEntity<E> handlePessimisticLockingFailureException(final PessimisticLockingFailureException ex,
    final WebRequest request) {
  final HttpStatus status = HttpStatus.LOCKED;
  final E errorResponse = createErrorResponse(status,
      i18n(request, "rest-error.PessimisticLockingFailureException"));
  logException(ex, errorResponse, request);
  return new ResponseEntity<>(errorResponse, status);
}
 
Example 8
Source Project: spring-analysis-note   Source File: EntityManagerFactoryUtils.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Convert the given runtime exception to an appropriate exception from the
 * {@code org.springframework.dao} hierarchy.
 * Return null if no translation is appropriate: any other exception may
 * have resulted from user code, and should not be translated.
 * <p>The most important cases like object not found or optimistic locking failure
 * are covered here. For more fine-granular conversion, JpaTransactionManager etc
 * support sophisticated translation of exceptions via a JpaDialect.
 * @param ex runtime exception that occurred
 * @return the corresponding DataAccessException instance,
 * or {@code null} if the exception should not be translated
 */
@Nullable
public static DataAccessException convertJpaAccessExceptionIfPossible(RuntimeException ex) {
	// Following the JPA specification, a persistence provider can also
	// throw these two exceptions, besides PersistenceException.
	if (ex instanceof IllegalStateException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof IllegalArgumentException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}

	// Check for well-known PersistenceException subclasses.
	if (ex instanceof EntityNotFoundException) {
		return new JpaObjectRetrievalFailureException((EntityNotFoundException) ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof NoResultException) {
		return new EmptyResultDataAccessException(ex.getMessage(), 1, ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof NonUniqueResultException) {
		return new IncorrectResultSizeDataAccessException(ex.getMessage(), 1, ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof QueryTimeoutException) {
		return new org.springframework.dao.QueryTimeoutException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof LockTimeoutException) {
		return new CannotAcquireLockException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof PessimisticLockException) {
		return new PessimisticLockingFailureException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof OptimisticLockException) {
		return new JpaOptimisticLockingFailureException((OptimisticLockException) ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof EntityExistsException) {
		return new DataIntegrityViolationException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof TransactionRequiredException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}

	// If we have another kind of PersistenceException, throw it.
	if (ex instanceof PersistenceException) {
		return new JpaSystemException(ex);
	}

	// If we get here, we have an exception that resulted from user code,
	// rather than the persistence provider, so we return null to indicate
	// that translation should not occur.
	return null;
}
 
Example 9
Source Project: java-technology-stack   Source File: EntityManagerFactoryUtils.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Convert the given runtime exception to an appropriate exception from the
 * {@code org.springframework.dao} hierarchy.
 * Return null if no translation is appropriate: any other exception may
 * have resulted from user code, and should not be translated.
 * <p>The most important cases like object not found or optimistic locking failure
 * are covered here. For more fine-granular conversion, JpaTransactionManager etc
 * support sophisticated translation of exceptions via a JpaDialect.
 * @param ex runtime exception that occurred
 * @return the corresponding DataAccessException instance,
 * or {@code null} if the exception should not be translated
 */
@Nullable
public static DataAccessException convertJpaAccessExceptionIfPossible(RuntimeException ex) {
	// Following the JPA specification, a persistence provider can also
	// throw these two exceptions, besides PersistenceException.
	if (ex instanceof IllegalStateException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof IllegalArgumentException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}

	// Check for well-known PersistenceException subclasses.
	if (ex instanceof EntityNotFoundException) {
		return new JpaObjectRetrievalFailureException((EntityNotFoundException) ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof NoResultException) {
		return new EmptyResultDataAccessException(ex.getMessage(), 1, ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof NonUniqueResultException) {
		return new IncorrectResultSizeDataAccessException(ex.getMessage(), 1, ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof QueryTimeoutException) {
		return new org.springframework.dao.QueryTimeoutException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof LockTimeoutException) {
		return new CannotAcquireLockException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof PessimisticLockException) {
		return new PessimisticLockingFailureException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof OptimisticLockException) {
		return new JpaOptimisticLockingFailureException((OptimisticLockException) ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof EntityExistsException) {
		return new DataIntegrityViolationException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof TransactionRequiredException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}

	// If we have another kind of PersistenceException, throw it.
	if (ex instanceof PersistenceException) {
		return new JpaSystemException(ex);
	}

	// If we get here, we have an exception that resulted from user code,
	// rather than the persistence provider, so we return null to indicate
	// that translation should not occur.
	return null;
}
 
Example 10
/**
 * Convert the given runtime exception to an appropriate exception from the
 * {@code org.springframework.dao} hierarchy.
 * Return null if no translation is appropriate: any other exception may
 * have resulted from user code, and should not be translated.
 * <p>The most important cases like object not found or optimistic locking failure
 * are covered here. For more fine-granular conversion, JpaTransactionManager etc
 * support sophisticated translation of exceptions via a JpaDialect.
 * @param ex runtime exception that occurred
 * @return the corresponding DataAccessException instance,
 * or {@code null} if the exception should not be translated
 */
public static DataAccessException convertJpaAccessExceptionIfPossible(RuntimeException ex) {
	// Following the JPA specification, a persistence provider can also
	// throw these two exceptions, besides PersistenceException.
	if (ex instanceof IllegalStateException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof IllegalArgumentException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}

	// Check for well-known PersistenceException subclasses.
	if (ex instanceof EntityNotFoundException) {
		return new JpaObjectRetrievalFailureException((EntityNotFoundException) ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof NoResultException) {
		return new EmptyResultDataAccessException(ex.getMessage(), 1, ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof NonUniqueResultException) {
		return new IncorrectResultSizeDataAccessException(ex.getMessage(), 1, ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof QueryTimeoutException) {
		return new org.springframework.dao.QueryTimeoutException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof LockTimeoutException) {
		return new CannotAcquireLockException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof PessimisticLockException) {
		return new PessimisticLockingFailureException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof OptimisticLockException) {
		return new JpaOptimisticLockingFailureException((OptimisticLockException) ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof EntityExistsException) {
		return new DataIntegrityViolationException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof TransactionRequiredException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}

	// If we have another kind of PersistenceException, throw it.
	if (ex instanceof PersistenceException) {
		return new JpaSystemException(ex);
	}

	// If we get here, we have an exception that resulted from user code,
	// rather than the persistence provider, so we return null to indicate
	// that translation should not occur.
	return null;
}
 
Example 11
/**
 * Convert the given runtime exception to an appropriate exception from the
 * {@code org.springframework.dao} hierarchy.
 * Return null if no translation is appropriate: any other exception may
 * have resulted from user code, and should not be translated.
 * <p>The most important cases like object not found or optimistic locking failure
 * are covered here. For more fine-granular conversion, JpaTransactionManager etc
 * support sophisticated translation of exceptions via a JpaDialect.
 * @param ex runtime exception that occurred
 * @return the corresponding DataAccessException instance,
 * or {@code null} if the exception should not be translated
 */
public static DataAccessException convertJpaAccessExceptionIfPossible(RuntimeException ex) {
	// Following the JPA specification, a persistence provider can also
	// throw these two exceptions, besides PersistenceException.
	if (ex instanceof IllegalStateException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof IllegalArgumentException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}

	// Check for well-known PersistenceException subclasses.
	if (ex instanceof EntityNotFoundException) {
		return new JpaObjectRetrievalFailureException((EntityNotFoundException) ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof NoResultException) {
		return new EmptyResultDataAccessException(ex.getMessage(), 1, ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof NonUniqueResultException) {
		return new IncorrectResultSizeDataAccessException(ex.getMessage(), 1, ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof QueryTimeoutException) {
		return new org.springframework.dao.QueryTimeoutException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof LockTimeoutException) {
		return new CannotAcquireLockException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof PessimisticLockException) {
		return new PessimisticLockingFailureException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof OptimisticLockException) {
		return new JpaOptimisticLockingFailureException((OptimisticLockException) ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof EntityExistsException) {
		return new DataIntegrityViolationException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}
	if (ex instanceof TransactionRequiredException) {
		return new InvalidDataAccessApiUsageException(ex.getMessage(), ex);
	}

	// If we have another kind of PersistenceException, throw it.
	if (ex instanceof PersistenceException) {
		return new JpaSystemException((PersistenceException) ex);
	}

	// If we get here, we have an exception that resulted from user code,
	// rather than the persistence provider, so we return null to indicate
	// that translation should not occur.
	return null;
}