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LoadBalanceExceptionChecker.java

/*
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 */

package com.mysql.jdbc;

import java.sql.SQLException;


00029 public interface LoadBalanceExceptionChecker extends Extension {
      
      /**
       * Invoked to determine whether or a given SQLException should
       * trigger a failover in a load-balanced deployment.
       * 
       * The driver will not pass in a Connection instance when calling init(), but it
       * will pass in the Properties, otherwise it acts like a normal Extension.
       * 
       * One instance of a handler *per* JDBC connection instance will be created. If
       * you need singleton-like behavior, you're on your own to provide it.

       * @param ex
       * @return true if the exception should trigger failover.
       */
      public boolean shouldExceptionTriggerFailover(SQLException ex);

}

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