import com.sleepycat.db.*;

public interface DbAppendRecno { public abstract void db_append_recno(Db db, Dbt data, int recno); throws DbException; } public class Db { public void set_append_recno(DbAppendRecno db_append_recno) throws DbException; ... }


When using the Db.DB_APPEND option of the Db.put method, it may be useful to modify the stored data based on the generated key. If a callback method is specified using the Db.set_append_recno method, it will be called after the record number has been selected, but before the data has been stored. The callback function must throw a DbException object to encapsulate the error on failure. That object will be thrown to caller of Db.put.

The called function must take three arguments: a reference to the enclosing database handle; the data Dbt to be stored; and the selected record number. The called function may then modify the data Dbt.

The Db.set_append_recno interface may be used only to configure Berkeley DB before the Db.open interface is called.

The Db.set_append_recno method throws an exception that encapsulates a non-zero error value on failure.



See Also

DbEnv.close, DbEnv.get_version_string, DbEnv.open, DbEnv.remove, DbEnv.set_cachesize, DbEnv.set_data_dir, DbEnv.set_errcall, DbEnv.set_error_stream, DbEnv.set_errpfx, DbEnv.set_feedback, DbEnv.set_flags, DbEnv.set_mutexlocks, DbEnv.set_pageyield, DbEnv.set_panicstate, DbEnv.set_recovery_init, DbEnv.set_rpc_server, DbEnv.set_region_init, DbEnv.set_shm_key, DbEnv.set_tas_spins, DbEnv.set_tmp_dir, DbEnv.set_verbose, and DbEnv.strerror.


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