Well, RecoverableDataSourceFactory is apparently just one of the
standard Torque drivers, which we just happen to store in a logical
location in our source tree. The comment at the top of that source file
* A factory that looks up the DataSource using the JDBC2 pool methods.
* @author John McNally
* @author Henning P. Schmiedehausen
* @version $Id: SharedPoolDataSourceFactory.java,v 1.1 2003/08/19
19:09:12 mpoeschl Exp $
So I don't think that's too weird...
Alvaro Coronel wrote:
> torque.dsfactory.recoverable.connection.url looks yucky.
> "Owen B. Mehegan" wrote: Hi, I've seen this question asked many times in the mailing list
> archives, but so far I can't figure out a solution to the problem in my
> case. I have a unit test that is using Easymock to create mock database
> objects to test against. When I run the test, it always fails with this
> java.lang.NullPointerException: There was no DataSourceFactory
> configured for the connection recoverable
> But my Torque.properties _does_ include a datasource called 'recoverable:'
> torque.dsfactory.recoverable.pool.validationQuery=SELECT 1
> torque.dsfactory.recoverable.connection.url = java://foo
> torque.dsfactory.recoverable.connection.user = user
> torque.dsfactory.recoverable.connection.password = foo
> This entry is similar to others in the torque.properties, so I don't
> think the syntax is incorrect. What else could I be doing wrong?
Owen B. Mehegan
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