- All Implemented Interfaces:
Disclaimer: The general idea of mocking a JDBC connection with this jOOQ API is to provide quick workarounds, injection points, etc. using a very simple JDBC abstraction. It is NOT RECOMMENDED to emulate an entire database (including complex state transitions, transactions, locking, etc.) using this mock API. Once you have this requirement, please consider using an actual database instead for integration testing (e.g. using https://www.testcontainers.org), rather than implementing your test database inside of a MockDataProvider.
- Lukas Eder
acquirepublic final Connection acquire()Description copied from interface:
ConnectionProviderAcquire a connection from the connection lifecycle handler.
This method is called by jOOQ exactly once per execution lifecycle, i.e. per
ExecuteContext. Implementations may freely chose, whether subsequent calls to this method:
- return the same connection instance
- return the same connection instance for the same thread
- return the same connection instance for the same transaction (e.g. a
- return a fresh connection instance every time
jOOQ will guarantee that every acquired connection is released through
releasepublic final void release(Connection connection)Description copied from interface:
ConnectionProviderRelease a connection to the connection lifecycle handler.
jOOQ will guarantee that every acquired connection is released exactly once.