Java Code Examples for java.sql.DataTruncation#setNextException()

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Example 1
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 5
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 6
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 8
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 9
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 10
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 11
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 12
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 13
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 14
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 15
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 16
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}
 
Example 17
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * for-each loop
 */
@Test
public void test11() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    for (Throwable e : ex) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(e.getMessage()));
    }
}
 
Example 18
/**
 * Validate that the ordering of the returned Exceptions is correct using
 * traditional while loop
 */
@Test
public void test12() {
    DataTruncation ex = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t1);
    DataTruncation ex1 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize);
    DataTruncation ex2 = new DataTruncation(index, parameter, onRead,
            dataSize, transferSize, t2);
    ex.setNextException(ex1);
    ex.setNextException(ex2);
    int num = 0;
    SQLException sqe = ex;
    while (sqe != null) {
        assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(sqe.getMessage()));
        Throwable c = sqe.getCause();
        while (c != null) {
            assertTrue(dtmsgs[num++].equals(c.getMessage()));
            c = c.getCause();
        }
        sqe = sqe.getNextException();
    }
}