public interface MockDataProvider
Supply this data provider to your
MockConnection in order to globally
provide data for SQL statements.
execute(MockExecuteContext) for details.
MockResult execute(MockExecuteContext ctx) throws SQLException
This callback will be called by
MockStatement upon the various
statement execution methods. These include:
The various execution modes are unified into this simple method. Implementations should adhere to this contract:
MockStatementdoes not distinguish between "static" and "prepared" statements. However, a non-empty
MockExecuteContext.bindings()is a strong indicator for a
MockStatementdoes not distinguish between "batch" and "single" statements. However...
MockExecuteContext.batchSQL()with more than one SQL string is a strong indicator for a "multi-batch statement", as understood by jOOQ's
MockExecuteContext.batchBindings()with more than one bind variable array is a strong indicator for a "single-batch statement", as understood by jOOQ's
MockResultobjects as batch executions. In other words, you should guarantee that:
int multiSize = context.getBatchSQL().length;
int singleSize = context.getBatchBindings().length;
assertEquals(result.length, Math.max(multiSize, singleSize))
This holds true also for non-batch executions (where both sizes are equal
Statement.RETURN_GENERATED_KEYS) are requested from this execution, you can also add
MockResult.datato your result, in addition to the affected
MockResult.rows. The relevant flag is passed from
MockStatementto any of these properties:
ctx- The execution context.
SQLExceptionthat is passed through to jOOQ.
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