Franz Inc, AllegroGraph

com.franz.agraph.pool
Class AGConnPoolJndiFactory

java.lang.Object
  extended by com.franz.agraph.pool.AGConnPoolJndiFactory
All Implemented Interfaces:
ObjectFactory

public class AGConnPoolJndiFactory
extends Object
implements ObjectFactory

JNDI factory for AGConnPool.

The Commons-Pool library is required to use this package: Apache Commons Pool, commons-pool-1.5.6.jar. Note, this jar along with the agraph-java-client jar and all of its dependencies must be in the webserver's library for it to be able to load.

The properties supported for the connections are specified by AGConnProp.

The properties supported for the pooling are specified by AGPoolProp.

Note, when Closeable.close() is called on an AGConnPool, connections will be closed whether they are idle (have been returned) or not. This is different from GenericObjectPool.close(). Also note, when a AGRepositoryConnection from the pool is closed, the AGRepository and AGServer will also be closed since these are not shared with other AGRepositoryConnections.

Example Tomcat JNDI configuration, based on Tomcat HOW-TO create custom resource factories: In /WEB-INF/web.xml:

 <resource-env-ref>
     <description>AllegroGraph connection pool</description>
     <resource-env-ref-name>connection-pool/agraph</resource-env-ref-name>
     <resource-env-ref-type>com.franz.agraph.pool.AGConnPool</resource-env-ref-type>
 </resource-env-ref>
 
Your code:
 Context initCtx = new InitialContext();
 Context envCtx = (Context) initCtx.lookup("java:comp/env");
 AGConnPool pool = (AGConnPool) envCtx.lookup("connection-pool/agraph");
 AGRepositoryConnection conn = pool.borrowConnection();
 try {
     ...
     conn.commit();
 } finally {
     conn.close();
     // or equivalently
     pool.returnObject(conn);
 }
 
Tomcat's resource factory:
 <Context ...>
     ...
     <Resource name="connection-pool/agraph"
               auth="Container"
               type="com.franz.agraph.pool.AGConnPool"
               factory="com.franz.agraph.pool.AGConnPoolJndiFactory"
               username="test"
               password="xyzzy"
               serverUrl="http://localhost:10035"
               catalog="/"
               repository="my_repo"
               session="TX"
               testOnBorrow="true"
               initialSize="5"
               maxIdle="10"
               maxActive="40"
               maxWait="60000"/>
     ...
 </Context>
 

Closing the connection pool is important because server sessions will stay active until AGConnProp.sessionLifetime. The option to use a Runtime shutdownHook is built-in with AGPoolProp.shutdownHook. Another option is to use ServletContextListener - this is appropriate if the agraph jar is deployed within your webapp and not with the webserver. With tomcat, a Lifecycle Listener can be configured, but the implementation to do this is not included in this library.

Since:
v4.3.3

Constructor Summary
AGConnPoolJndiFactory()
           
 
Method Summary
 Object getObjectInstance(Object obj, Name name, Context nameCtx, Hashtable<?,?> environment)
          From the obj Reference, gets the RefAddr names and values, converts to Maps and returns AGConnPool.create(Object...).
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
equals, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

AGConnPoolJndiFactory

public AGConnPoolJndiFactory()
Method Detail

getObjectInstance

public Object getObjectInstance(Object obj,
                                Name name,
                                Context nameCtx,
                                Hashtable<?,?> environment)
                         throws Exception
From the obj Reference, gets the RefAddr names and values, converts to Maps and returns AGConnPool.create(Object...).

Specified by:
getObjectInstance in interface ObjectFactory
Throws:
Exception

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