This class enumerates the methods any backend implementation must expose. In this case, the following ones:
void createDatabase(String destination) throws Exception;
Creates a database/scheme, given its name, if not existing.
void createTable(String destination, String tableName, String fieldNames) throws Exception;
Creates a table, given its name, if not existing within the given database/scheme. The field names are given as well.
insertContextData(String destination, String tableName, String fieldNames, String fieldValues) throws Exception;
Persists the accumulated context data (in the form of the given field values) regarding an entity within the given table. This table belongs to the given database/scheme. The field names are given as well to ensure the right insert of the field values.
This class replaces MySQL and PostgreSQL backends. Since actually the backend implemetation for Cygnus purposes doesn't uses any particular feature of each handler, it's possible to use a generic backend implementation for both SQL interfaces.
This class also has methods to execute any SQL query.
It must be said this backend implementation enforces UTF-8 encoding through the usage of
charSet=UTF-8 property when getting a connection via the JDBC driver.
Also, this class persists into persistence manager any error regarding to any attempt to persist information. For further reference read Error persistence.