public class ContainmentCycleException extends ConcurrentAccessException
concurrent access exceptionthat indicates an attempt of the local transaction to introduce a containment cycle. A containment cycle is an effect of a network race condition between two transactions that commit changes to possibly disjunct sets of objects. As a result the overall tree structure of the model would be destroyed in a way that the tree root would no longer be reachable from objects involved in the containment cycle. Commits that attempt to introduce containment cycles are detected by the repository and canceled. Note that locking all involved dirty objects does not properly address the problem because the involved container objects may not be dirty.
It's usually possible and adequate to
rollback the transaction, replay the model modifications and
commit the transaction again (optimistic strategy). Pessimistic locks on the dirty objects can not safely avoid the problem; you must expect this exception to occur.
|Constructor and Description|
addSuppressed, fillInStackTrace, getCause, getLocalizedMessage, getMessage, getStackTrace, getSuppressed, initCause, printStackTrace, printStackTrace, printStackTrace, setStackTrace, toString
public ContainmentCycleException(String message)
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