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"Transaction Management in OODB Platforms and CORBA"
Vol. 3, Issue 6, P.56


Listing 1.

public class MyPersistentObjectExample  {

	// NOTE: this is example code only
  // Don't expect it to compile as is.

  private int _foo;

  private String _bar;

  private transient 
        A_CorbaStruct _myCorbaStruct;

  public MyPersistentObject(int foo, 
                          String bar) {

     this._foo = foo;

     this._bar = bar;

     _myCorbaStruct = new 
              A_CorbaStruct(foo, bar);


  // The transient data is the working data

  public void setFoo(int foo) {

     _myCorbaStruct.foo = foo;

  public void setBar(String bar) {
     _myCorbaStruct.bar = bar;   
  // Clients use the transient data
  // it is guaranteed to be current.
  public int getFoo() {
  public String getBar() {

  public A_CorbaStruct 
     getPersistentObjectExampleAttrs() {

  public void 
              A_CorbaStruct attrs) {
     _myCorbaStruct = attrs;           

  public void postInitializeContents() {
     // move persistent contents to transient
     _myCorbaStruct = new A_CorbaStruct(
                           _foo, _bar);      
  public void preFlushContents() {
     // Move transient contents to persistent
     this._foo = _myCorbaStruct.foo;
     this._bar = _myCorbaStruct.bar;   

  public void save() {
    // This will force a flush
    this._foo = this._foo;

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