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From Abe White <>
Subject Re: openjpa logging
Date Tue, 23 Jan 2007 16:35:15 GMT
> Since the time that we implemented that, we added logic (the
> RuntimeExceptionTranslator interface and its implementors) that takes
> care of translating from internal exception types to spec-defined
> exception types across the board. We certainly could move the logic  
> for
> logging at the trace level from BrokerImpl.afterCompletion() to that
> boundary code. Since we (try to) guarantee that all exceptions that  
> make
> it to the user pass through the PersistenceExceptions class for
> translation, that would be a nice uniform place to do the work.

Exception translation isn't 100%, though.  For example, when someone  
grabs the Connection from us and uses it, we don't do any exception  

I don't mind logging exceptions in trace mode, but I do think it's  
very difficult to maintain complete coverage without any duplicate  
exceptions being logged.  And I still feel that given our strategy of  
always nesting the original exception as the cause of the exception  
we throw to the user, it's mostly unnecessary. 
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