- Direct Known Subclasses:
public class ExecutionContext extends java.lang.ObjectThis class models an execution context (transaction, security, etc) with which the
Workinstance must be executed. This class is provided as a convenience for easily creating
ExecutionContextinstances by extending this class and overriding only those methods of interest.
Some reasons why it is better for
ExecutionContextto be a class rather than an interface:
- There is no need for a resource adapter to implement this class. It only needs to implement the context information like transaction, etc.
- The resource adapter code does not have to change when the
ExecutionContextclass evolves. For example, more context types could be added to the
ExecutionContextclass (in the future) without forcing resource adapter implementations to change.
TransactionContextinterface instead of this class. See Chapter.11 Generic Work Context in the Connectors 1.6 specification for more details.
Constructors Constructor Description
All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
getTransactionTimeout()Get the transaction timeout value for a imported transaction.
setTransactionTimeout(long timeout)Set the transaction timeout value for a imported transaction.
setXid(Xid xid)set a transaction context.
public void setXid(Xid xid)set a transaction context.
xid- transaction context.
public Xid getXid()
- an Xid object carrying a transaction context, if any.
public void setTransactionTimeout(long timeout) throws NotSupportedExceptionSet the transaction timeout value for a imported transaction.
timeout- transaction timeout value in seconds. Only positive non-zero values are accepted. Other values are illegal and are rejected with a
NotSupportedException- thrown to indicate an illegal timeout value.
public long getTransactionTimeout()Get the transaction timeout value for a imported transaction.
- the specified transaction timeout value in seconds. When no
timeout value or an illegal timeout value had been specified, a value of
WorkManager.UNKNOWN) is returned; the timeout processing of such a transaction depends on the application server implementation.