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From "Gerhard Froehlich" <gerhard_froehl...@at.ibm.com>
Subject RE: [simplestore] what Exceptions do we need?
Date Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:34:56 GMT
Hi,

>> >Hi,
>> >1."ServiceNotAvailableException" is useful to handle fatal erros, "Log
>> >message,send SNS for admin .... "
>> >
>> >2."NotFoundException" <==> "KeyNotFoundException" is useful to optimize
>> >"get" without   "contais" and for null result, nul is also "good"
value.
>>
>>
>>A Exception seems to be cleaner in this case. What do you think.
>>
>> >3."KeyNotUniqueException" <==> "DublicateKeyException" is usefull for
>> >"put", because it returns "void" and  store can be used without
"contais".
>>
>>Yep.
>>
>> >all of them not useful for memory stores, because they use Map for
internal
>> >optimizations and in case "ServiceNotAvailableException" it impossible
to
>> >handle, handling will fail :)
>> >But for stores like "JDBCStore", "FileStore", "RemoteStore" exceptions
are
>> >very useful.
>>
>>;-) ok what's your statement. Yes or No for Exceptions?
>
>Yes, for for Exceptions !!!.

Yes that I wanna hear ;).
I vote for:
KeyNotFoundException
KeyNotUniqueException

ServiceNotAvailableException
I don't see yet. But if want it then I will book it in!

  Gerhard


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