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 package com.arjuna.ats.internal.arjuna.objectstore.jdbc;
An object store implementation which uses a JDBC database for maintaining object states. All states are maintained within a single table. It is assumed that only one object will use a given instance of the JDBCStore. Hence, there is no need for synchronizations.
 public class JDBCStore implements ObjectStoreAPI {
 	private static final String DEFAULT_TABLE_NAME = "JBossTSTxTable";
 	protected String tableName;
 	private String _storeName;
 	public void start() {
 	public void stop() {

Does this store need to do the full write_uncommitted/commit protocol?

true if full commit is needed, false otherwise.
 	public boolean fullCommitNeeded() {
 		return true;

Some object store implementations may be running with automatic sync disabled. Calling this method will ensure that any states are flushed to disk.
 	public void sync() throws {

Is the current state of the object the same as that provided as the last parameter?

u The object to work on.
tn The type of the object.
st The expected type of the object.
true if the current state is as expected, false otherwise.
	public boolean isType(Uid uString tnint stthrows ObjectStoreException {
		return (currentState(utn) == st);
	public String getStoreName() {
		return ;
	public boolean allObjUids(String sInputObjectState buff)
		return allObjUids(sbuff.);
	public boolean commit_state(Uid objUidString tName)
		return .commit_state(objUidtName);
	public boolean hide_state(Uid objUidString tName)
		return .hide_state(objUidtName);
	public boolean reveal_state(Uid objUidString tName)
		return .reveal_state(objUidtName);
	public int currentState(Uid objUidString tName)
		return .currentState(objUidtName);
	public InputObjectState read_committed(Uid storeUidString tName)
		return .read_state(storeUidtName.);
	public InputObjectState read_uncommitted(Uid storeUidString tName)
	public boolean remove_committed(Uid storeUidString tName)
	public boolean remove_uncommitted(Uid storeUidString tName)
		return .remove_state(storeUidtName,
	public boolean write_committed(Uid storeUidString tName,
		return .write_state(storeUidtNamestate,
	public boolean write_uncommitted(Uid storeUidString tName,
		return .write_state(storeUidtNamestate,
	public boolean allObjUids(String tNameInputObjectState stateint match)
		return .allObjUids(tNamestatematch);
	public boolean allTypes(InputObjectState foundTypes)
		return .allTypes(foundTypes);
	public synchronized void packInto(OutputBuffer buffthrows IOException {
	public synchronized void unpackFrom(InputBuffer buffthrows IOException {
		this. = buff.unpackString();
	public JDBCStore(ObjectStoreEnvironmentBean jdbcStoreEnvironmentBean)
		this. = jdbcStoreEnvironmentBean;
		String connectionDetails = jdbcStoreEnvironmentBean.getJdbcAccess();
		if (connectionDetails == null) {
		try {
			StringTokenizer stringTokenizer = new StringTokenizer(
			JDBCAccess jdbcAccess = (JDBCAccess) Class.forName(
			String impleTableName = getDefaultTableName();
			final String tablePrefix = jdbcStoreEnvironmentBean
			if ((tablePrefix != null) && (tablePrefix.length() > 0)) {
				impleTableName = tablePrefix + impleTableName;
			 = impleTableName;
			 = jdbcAccess.getClass().getName() + ":" + ;
			Connection connection = jdbcAccess.getConnection();
			String name;
			int major;
			int minor;
			try {
				DatabaseMetaData md = connection.getMetaData();
				name = md.getDriverName();
				major = md.getDriverMajorVersion();
				minor = md.getDriverMinorVersion();
finally {
			 * Check for spaces in the name - our implementation classes are
			 * always just the first part of such names.
			int index = name.indexOf(' ');
			if (index != -1)
				name = name.substring(0, index);
			name = name.replaceAll("-""_");
			name = name.toLowerCase();
			final String packagePrefix = getClass().getName().substring(0,
			Class jdbcImpleClass = null;
			try {
				jdbcImpleClass = Class.forName(packagePrefix + name + "_"
major + "_" + minor + "_driver");
catch (final ClassNotFoundException cnfe) {
				try {
					jdbcImpleClass = Class.forName(packagePrefix + name + "_"
major + "_driver");
catch (final ClassNotFoundException cnfe2) {
					jdbcImpleClass = Class.forName(packagePrefix + name
			jdbcImple = (com.arjuna.ats.internal.arjuna.objectstore.jdbc.JDBCImple_driverjdbcImpleClass
			 = jdbcImple;
catch (Exception e) {
			throw new ObjectStoreException(e);
	protected String getDefaultTableName() {
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