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From "Brian Parkinson" <pa...@avaning.com>
Subject Question about replication and such things
Date Fri, 23 May 2008 19:27:35 GMT

Likely this is a little off-topic for this forum, but wondering if there
is anyone with some advice.

I'm using iBATIS with Spring Transations on MySQL 5.0.X and it's
completely great - all working fine.

Aside note - imho one issue that makes iBATIS (and Spring) so lovely to
use is that when errors occur, the stack traces contain the information
to easily pinpoint the issue - a really great unsung feature - kudos.

Anyways, enough gushing - question.

We're set up to run against one database, but wondering about
replication - is this solely an aspect of the database setup, or is it
possible to have iBATIS/Spring configured to talk to 2 databases
simultanously? I'm not a db person, so apologies if this is an extremely
dumb question.

Basically, I want my server to be able to continue if the database
server falls over, and unsure whether this is completely outside the
realm of the database/iBATIS/Spring config, or whether it can be done
within the server.

Many thanks, and apologies if this is not really an iBATIS question...


-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Morgan [mailto:morgandev@gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 3:21 PM
To: user-java@ibatis.apache.org
Subject: problem with registering a custom type handler for primitives -
fix included

I found an annoying quirk where if I was using a custom TypeHandler to
map a Y/N value to a boolean, it would not work in all cases.  I was
using the example from the developer docs and registering the handler in
the sql map config.  But if I was mapping using a primitive boolean
setter it didn't work.  The mapping would work if I specified the
typehandler or used a Boolean setter.

I've filed a new bug and attached the patch to fix it.  Can someone
please review and commit the change?  thanks


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