I've already posted this message, but it was in the wrong forum i think. So maybe here...
I have a connector which connects to external CORBA servers.
Here is the scenario :
A client requests a first connection :
my connectionFactory calls this :
Object o = connectionManager.allocateConnection(managedConnectionFactory, connectionInfo) ;
which blocks. (btw, the connectionManager is a NoTransConnectionManager).
Why? because the connectionManager calls getObject() on ObjectPool which calls its private method createNewObject() because no connection were available.
This calls PoolObjectFactory.createObject()
The PoolObjectFactory is indeed a ManagedConnectionPoolFactory which returns null in case a ResourceException occured (and when my CORBA server is down what should I do if not throwing a ResourceException?)
The ObjectPool then waits because the result is null...
and my client is blocked whereas I'd like to tell it an exception has occured.
So I think getObject() should be allowed to throw Exceptions... I will rewrite things in that direction for my own use.
Please may you tell me if you have a work around, or if you think I should catch my exception another way, or any idea on the subject...
Thanks in advance