Class Expectation.None

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Enclosing interface:

    public static class Expectation.None
    extends Object
    implements Expectation
    No return code checking. Might mean that no checks are required, or that failure is indicated by a SQLException being thrown, for example, by a stored procedure which performs explicit checks.
    • Constructor Detail

      • None

        public None()
    • Method Detail

      • verifyOutcome

        public void verifyOutcome​(int rowCount,
                                  PreparedStatement statement,
                                  int batchPosition,
                                  String sql)
        Description copied from interface: Expectation
        Perform verification of the outcome of the JDBC operation based on the type of expectation defined, after execution of the given PreparedStatement. When a SQL statement is executed via PreparedStatement.executeUpdate(), verifyOutcome() is called exactly once. When Statement.executeBatch() is used to execute a batch update, this method is called once for each element of the batch.
        • The argument to rowCount is usually the number of table rows affected by execution of the SQL statement via executeUpdate(). However, in the case where executeBatch() is used to execute a batch update, it might be Statement.EXECUTE_FAILED or Statement.SUCCESS_NO_INFO.
        • The argument to batchPosition is negative unless executeBatch() is used to execute a batch update, in which case it is the position within the batch of the row count being verified.
        Specified by:
        verifyOutcome in interface Expectation
        rowCount - The RDBMS reported "number of rows affected"
        statement - The statement representing the operation
        batchPosition - The position in the batch (if batching), or -1 if not part of a batch
        sql - The SQL backing the prepared statement, for error reporting and logging purposes
        See Also:
        PreparedStatement.executeUpdate(), Statement.executeBatch()