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From Steve Vanspall <svans...@bigpond.net.au>
Subject Re: IdBroker with sequences in DB2, or perhaps native. How does it work
Date Mon, 17 Jul 2006 13:57:17 GMT
Ok thanks,

so toruqe isn't really the right solution for a pre existing app.

I basically was trying to build some tools for a web app that used our 
own set of persistence objects etc.

We made it well before there was anything decent out there.

Figured if torque can do it for me for this tools based app, why go 
through the trouble of separating the cod eI have from the project to 
make some tools.

Oh well

thatnks

steve

Thomas Fischer wrote:
> Hi,
>
> IdBroker is no good for that. It uses an extra table and no sequences. In
> native, Torque uses fixed names for the sequences it uses. See the
> create-db sql for the names. Maybe you can rename your existing sequence to
> fit that name ?
> In the postgesql howto, there is also a paragraph about non-fittibg
> seqjence names. However, I do not know whether the solution outlined there
> is good for db2 and whether it still works.
>
>           Thomas
>
> Steve Vanspall <svanspal@bigpond.net.au> schrieb am 15.07.2006 08:53:38:
>
>   
>> Hi there,
>>
>> I am going mad here.
>>
>> I have tried a few options for geting torque to use an already existing
>> sequence , in db2, to generate the id's for certain tables.
>>
>> One article suggested setting the defaultIdMethod to native and having a
>> parameter "id-method-parameter" whose vlaue is the name of the sequence
>> to be used.
>>
>> This doesnt work, all I get is.
>>
>> this warning
>>
>> IDBroker - IDBroker is being used with db '@DB_NAME@', which does not
>> support transactions. IDBroker attempts to use transactions to limit the
>> possibility of duplicate key generation.  Without transactions,
>> duplicate key generation is possible if multiple JVMs are used or other
>> means are used to write to the database.
>>
>> follow by the following exception
>>
>> There was no DataSourceFactory configured for the connection @DB_NAME@
>>
>> So I tried setting the dafultIdMEthod to idbroker.
>>
>> the same thing happened.
>>
>> Do I have to define a class that get the sequence data for me. This is
>> no problem, but I cannot find any decent documentation stating how to do
>> this.
>>
>> What do I implement and how do I tell torque what class isthe id broker??
>>
>> Any help would be appreciated
>>
>> Steve
>>
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