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From Jeremy Boynes <jboy...@apache.org>
Subject Re: DataSource class hierarchy in client
Date Tue, 03 May 2005 06:00:29 GMT
Shreyas Kaushik wrote:
> 
> 
> When there is a call to DataSource's getConnection() method, this will 
> happen on the framework's/app server's DataSource. If the underlying 
> DataSource is a XADataSource, a call  to getConnection() method gives 
> out a  XAConnection. This is wrapped as java.sql.Connection and returned 
> back to the application.
> 

Not sure what you mean here.

The application code will always be interacting with a ConnectionFactory 
provided by the appserver that happens to implement DataSource. A call 
to getConnection() on this factory will be brokered by the 
ConnectionManager long before the driver's implementations are used.

In other words, in a managed connection scenario such as an appserver 
the application code can never call getConnection() on an XADataSource.

If the application is trying to do XA manually, then it will be getting 
XAConnection's from the XADataSource, doing work on a (pooled) 
connection obtained from the XAConnection and managing transactions 
using its XAResource. Again it should never get a physical, non-XA 
connection from the underlying implementation of XADataSource.

--
Jeremy

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