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package com.sleepycat.db;

/**
 *  The DbEnv object is the handle for a Berkeley DB environment -- a
 *  collection including support for some or all of caching, locking,
 *  logging and transaction subsystems, as well as databases and log
 *  files. Methods off the DbEnv handle are used to configure the
 *  environment as well as to operate on subsystems and databases in
 *  the environment.</p> <p>
 *
 *  DbEnv handles are free-threaded if the {@link
 *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_THREAD Db.DB_THREAD} flag is specified to
 *  the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method when the
 *  environment is opened. The DbEnv handle should not be closed while
 *  any other handle remains open that is using it as a reference (for
 *  example, {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db Db} or {@link
 *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn DbTxn}). Once either the {@link
 *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#close DbEnv.close} or {@link
 *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#remove DbEnv.remove} methods are called,
 *  the handle may not be accessed again, regardless of the method's
 *  return.</p>
 */
00032 public class DbEnv {
    private long swigCPtr;
    protected boolean swigCMemOwn;


    protected DbEnv(long cPtr, boolean cMemoryOwn) {
        swigCMemOwn = cMemoryOwn;
        swigCPtr = cPtr;
    }


    protected DbEnv() {
        this(0, false);
    }


    protected void delete() {
        if (swigCPtr != 0 && swigCMemOwn) {
            swigCMemOwn = false;
        }
        swigCPtr = 0;
    }


    protected static long getCPtr(DbEnv obj) {
        return (obj == null) ? 0 : obj.swigCPtr;
    }


    // Internally, the JNI layer creates a global reference to each DbEnv,
    // which can potentially be different to this.  We keep a copy here so
    // we can clean up after destructors.
    private Object dbenv_ref;
    private DbAppDispatch app_dispatch_handler;
    private DbEnvFeedbackHandler env_feedback_handler;
    private DbErrorHandler error_handler;
    private DbPanicHandler panic_handler;
    private DbRepTransport rep_transport_handler;
    private String errpfx;


    public static class RepProcessMessage {
        /**
         *  The <b>envid</b> field contains the local identifier of
         *  the environment returned by the
         *  DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method.
         *</ul>
         *
         */
        public int envid;
    }


    // Called by the public DbEnv constructor and for private environments
    // by the Db constructor.
    void initialize() {
        dbenv_ref = db_java.initDbEnvRef0(this, this);
        // Start with System.err as the default error stream.
        set_error_stream(System.err);
    }


    void cleanup() {
        swigCPtr = 0;
        db_java.deleteRef0(dbenv_ref);
        dbenv_ref = null;
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.close method closes the Berkeley DB environment,
     *  freeing any allocated resources and closing any underlying
     *  subsystems.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle should not be
     *  closed while any other handle that refers to it is not yet
     *  closed; for example, database environment handles must not be
     *  closed while database handles remain open, or transactions in
     *  the environment have not yet been committed or aborted.
     *  Specifically, this includes {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db Db},
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.Dbc Dbc}, {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn DbTxn}, {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLogc
     *  DbLogc} and {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbMpoolFile DbMpoolFile}
     *  handles.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Where the environment was initialized with the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_INIT_LOCK Db.DB_INIT_LOCK} flag,
     *  calling DbEnv.close does not release any locks still held by
     *  the closing process, providing functionality for long-lived
     *  locks. </p> <p>
     *
     *  Where the environment was initialized with the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_INIT_TXN Db.DB_INIT_TXN} flag, calling
     *  DbEnv.close aborts any unresolved transactions. Applications
     *  should not depend on this behavior for transactions involving
     *  Berkeley DB databases; all such transactions should be
     *  explicitly resolved. The problem with depending on this
     *  semantic is that aborting an unresolved transaction involving
     *  database operations requires a database handle. Because the
     *  database handles should have been closed before calling
     *  DbEnv.close, it will not be possible to abort the transaction,
     *  and recovery will have to be run on the Berkeley DB
     *  environment before further operations are done.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Where log cursors were created using the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#logCursor DbEnv.logCursor} method,
     *  calling DbEnv.close does not imply closing those cursors.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  In multithreaded applications, only a single thread may call
     *  DbEnv.close.</p> <p>
     *
     *  After DbEnv.close has been called, regardless of its return,
     *  the Berkeley DB environment handle may not be accessed again.
     *  </p>
     *
     * @param  flags         currently unused, and must be set to 0.
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     */
00152     public synchronized void close(int flags) throws DbException {
        try {
            close0(flags);
        } finally {
            cleanup();
        }
    }


    private final int handle_app_dispatch(Dbt dbt, DbLsn lsn, int recops) {
        return app_dispatch_handler.appDispatch(this, dbt, lsn, recops);
    }


    private final void handle_env_feedback(int opcode, int percent) {
        env_feedback_handler.feedback(this, opcode, percent);
    }


    private final void handle_error(String msg) {
        error_handler.error(this.errpfx, msg);
    }


    private final void handle_panic(DbException e) {
        panic_handler.panic(this, e);
    }


    private final int handle_rep_transport(Dbt control, Dbt rec,
            DbLsn lsn, int flags, int envid)
             throws DbException {
        return rep_transport_handler.send(this, control, rec, lsn,
                flags, envid);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #lockVector(int,int,DbLockRequest[],int,int)}
     */
00193     public void lock_vec(int locker, int flags, DbLockRequest[] list, int offset, int count) throws DbException {
        lockVector(locker, flags, list, offset, count);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.lockVector method atomically obtains and releases
     *  one or more locks from the lock table. The DbEnv.lockVector
     *  method is intended to support acquisition or trading of
     *  multiple locks under one lock table semaphore, as is needed
     *  for lock coupling or in multigranularity locking for lock
     *  escalation.</p> <p>
     *
     *  If any of the requested locks cannot be acquired, or any of
     *  the locks to be released cannot be released, the operations
     *  before the failing operation are guaranteed to have completed
     *  successfully, and DbEnv.lockVector throws an exception</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                       must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_NOWAIT
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_NOWAIT}<p>
     *
     *        If a lock cannot be granted because the requested lock
     *        conflicts with an existing lock, throw a {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbLockNotGrantedException
     *        DbLockNotGrantedException} immediately instead of
     *        waiting for the lock to become available. In this case,
     *        the index of the request that was not granted can be
     *        found by calling DbLockNotGrantedException.get_index.
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  locker                      an unsigned 32-bit integer
     *      quantity. It represents the entity requesting or releasing
     *      the lock.
     * @param  list                        The <b>list</b> array
     *      provided to DbEnv.lockVector is a set of DbLockRequest
     *      objects. Only <b>count</b> elements of <b>list</b>
     *      starting at <b>offset</b> are considered by
     *      DbEnv.lockVector. A DbLockRequest object has at least the
     *      following fields: <p>
     *
     *      A DB_LOCKREQ structure has at least the following fields:
     *      </p> <p>
     *
     *      The operation to be performed, which must be set to one of
     *      the following values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_GET
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_GET}<p>
     *
     *        Get the lock defined by the values of the <b>mode</b>
     *        and <b>obj</b> structure fields, for the specified <b>
     *        locker</b> . Upon return from DbEnv.lockVector, if the
     *        <b>lock</b> field is non-null, a reference to the
     *        acquired lock is stored there. (This reference is
     *        invalidated by any call to DbEnv.lockVector or {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#lockPut DbEnv.lockPut} that
     *        releases the lock.) </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_GET_TIMEOUT
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_GET_TIMEOUT}<p>
     *
     *        Identical to <code>Db.DB_LOCK_GET</code> except that the
     *        value in the <b>timeout</b> structure field overrides
     *        any previously specified timeout value for this lock. A
     *        value of 0 turns off any previously specified timeout.
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_PUT
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_PUT}<p>
     *
     *        The lock to which the <b>lock</b> structure field refers
     *        is released. The <b>locker</b> parameter, and <b>mode
     *        </b> and <b>obj</b> fields are ignored. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_PUT_ALL
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_PUT_ALL}<p>
     *
     *        All locks held by the specified <b>locker</b> are
     *        released. The <b>lock</b> , <b>mode</b> , and <b>obj</b>
     *        structure fields are ignored. Locks acquired in
     *        operations performed by the current call to
     *        DbEnv.lockVector which appear before the <code>Db.DB_LOCK_PUT_ALL</code>
     *        operation are released; those acquired in operations
     *        appearing after the <code>Db.DB_LOCK_PUT_ALL</code>
     *        operation are not released. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_PUT_OBJ
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_PUT_OBJ}<p>
     *
     *        All locks held on <b>obj</b> are released. The <b>locker
     *        </b> parameter and the <b>lock</b> and <b>mode</b>
     *        structure fields are ignored. Locks acquired in
     *        operations performed by the current call to
     *        DbEnv.lockVector that appear before the <code>Db.DB_LOCK_PUT_OBJ</code>
     *        operation are released; those acquired in operations
     *        appearing after the <code>Db.DB_LOCK_PUT_OBJ</code>
     *        operation are not released. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_TIMEOUT
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_TIMEOUT}<p>
     *
     *        Cause the specified <b>locker</b> to timeout
     *        immediately. If the database environment has not
     *        configured automatic deadlock detection, the transaction
     *        will timeout the next time deadlock detection is
     *        performed. As transactions acquire locks on behalf of a
     *        single locker ID, timing out the locker ID associated
     *        with a transaction will time out the transaction itself.
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      A lock reference. <p>
     *
     *      The lock mode, used as an index into the environment's
     *      lock conflict matrix. When using the default lock conflict
     *      matrix, <b>mode</b> must be set to one of the following
     *      values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_READ
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_READ}<p>
     *
     *        read (shared) </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_WRITE
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_WRITE}<p>
     *
     *        write (exclusive) </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_IWRITE
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_IWRITE}<p>
     *
     *        intention to write (shared) </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_IREAD
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_IREAD}<p>
     *
     *        intention to read (shared) </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_IWR
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_IWR}<p>
     *
     *        intention to read and write (shared) </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      See {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setLockConflicts
     *      DbEnv.setLockConflicts} and <a
     *      href="{@docRoot}/../ref/lock/stdmode.html">Standard Lock
     *      Modes</a> for more information on the lock conflict
     *      matrix.</p> <p>
     *
     *      An untyped byte string that specifies the object to be
     *      locked or released. Applications using the locking
     *      subsystem directly while also doing locking via the
     *      Berkeley DB access methods must take care not to
     *      inadvertently lock objects that happen to be equal to the
     *      unique file IDs used to lock files. See <a
     *      href="{@docRoot}/../ref/lock/am_conv.html">Access method
     *      locking conventions</a> for more information. <p>
     *
     *      The lock timeout value.
     * @throws  DbDeadlockException        If a transactional database
     *      environment operation was selected to resolve a deadlock,
     *      the DbEnv.lockVector method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbDeadlockException DbDeadlockException}
     *      exception.
     * @throws  DbLockNotGrantedException  If a Berkeley DB Concurrent
     *      Data Store database environment configured for lock
     *      timeouts was unable to grant a lock in the allowed time,
     *      the DbEnv.lockVector method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbLockNotGrantedException
     *      DbLockNotGrantedException} exception.
     * @throws  DbLockNotGrantedException  If the {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_NOWAIT Db.DB_LOCK_NOWAIT} flag
     *      or lock timers were configured and the lock could not be
     *      granted before the wait-time expired, the DbEnv.lockVector
     *      method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbLockNotGrantedException
     *      DbLockNotGrantedException} exception.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException   The DbEnv.lockVector method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @throws  DbMemoryException          If the maximum number of
     *      locks has been reached, the DbEnv.lockVector method will
     *      fail and throw a {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbMemoryException
     *      DbMemoryException} exception.
     */
00399     public void lockVector(int locker, int flags, DbLockRequest[] list, int offset, int count) throws DbException {

        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_lock_vec(swigCPtr, locker, flags, list,
                offset, count);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.open method opens a Berkeley DB environment. It
     *  provides a structure for creating a consistent environment for
     *  processes using one or more of the features of Berkeley DB.
     *  </p>
     *
     * @param  db_home                    the database environment's
     *      home directory. For more information on <b>db_home</b> ,
     *      and filename resolution in general, see <a
     *      href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/naming.html">Berkeley DB File
     *      Naming</a> . The environment variable <b>DB_HOME</b> may
     *      be used as the path of the database home, as described in
     *      <a href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/naming.html">Berkeley DB
     *      File Naming</a> .
     * @param  flags                      specifies the subsystems
     *      that are initialized and how the application's environment
     *      affects Berkeley DB file naming, among other things. The
     *      <b>flags</b> parameter must be set to 0 or by bitwise
     *      inclusively <b>OR</b> 'ing together one or more of the
     *      following values: <p>
     *
     *      Because there are a large number of flags that can be
     *      specified, they have been grouped together by
     *      functionality. The first group of flags indicates which of
     *      the Berkeley DB subsystems should be initialized:</p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_JOINENV
     *        Db.DB_JOINENV}<p>
     *
     *        Join an existing environment. This option allows
     *        applications to join an existing environment without
     *        knowing which Berkeley DB subsystems the environment
     *        supports. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_INIT_CDB
     *        Db.DB_INIT_CDB}<p>
     *
     *        Initialize locking for the <a
     *        href="{@docRoot}/../ref/cam/intro.html">Berkeley DB
     *        Concurrent Data Store</a> product. In this mode,
     *        Berkeley DB provides multiple reader/single writer
     *        access. The only other subsystem that should be
     *        specified with the <code>Db.DB_INIT_CDB</code> flag is
     *        <code>Db.DB_INIT_MPOOL</code>. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_INIT_LOCK
     *        Db.DB_INIT_LOCK}<p>
     *
     *        Initialize the locking subsystem. This subsystem should
     *        be used when multiple processes or threads are going to
     *        be reading and writing a Berkeley DB database, so that
     *        they do not interfere with each other. If all threads
     *        are accessing the database(s) read-only, locking is
     *        unnecessary. When the <code>Db.DB_INIT_LOCK</code> flag
     *        is specified, it is usually necessary to run a deadlock
     *        detector, as well. See <a href="{@docRoot}/../utility/db_deadlock.html">
     *        db_deadlock</a> and {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#lockDetect DbEnv.lockDetect} for
     *        more information. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_INIT_LOG
     *        Db.DB_INIT_LOG}<p>
     *
     *        Initialize the logging subsystem. This subsystem should
     *        be used when recovery from application or system failure
     *        is necessary. If the log region is being created and log
     *        files are already present, the log files are reviewed;
     *        subsequent log writes are appended to the end of the
     *        log, rather than overwriting current log entries. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_INIT_MPOOL
     *        Db.DB_INIT_MPOOL}<p>
     *
     *        Initialize the shared memory buffer pool subsystem. This
     *        subsystem should be used whenever an application is
     *        using any Berkeley DB access method. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_INIT_REP
     *        Db.DB_INIT_REP}<p>
     *
     *        Initialize the replication subsystem. This subsystem
     *        should be used whenever an application plans on using
     *        replication. The <code>Db.DB_INIT_REP</code> flag
     *        requires the <code>Db.DB_INIT_TXN</code> and <code>Db.DB_INIT_LOCK</code>
     *        flags also be configured. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_INIT_TXN
     *        Db.DB_INIT_TXN}<p>
     *
     *        Initialize the transaction subsystem. This subsystem
     *        should be used when recovery and atomicity of multiple
     *        operations are important. The <code>Db.DB_INIT_TXN</code>
     *        flag implies the <code>Db.DB_INIT_LOG</code> flag. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *      The second group of flags govern what recovery, if any, is
     *      performed when the environment is initialized:</p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_RECOVER
     *        Db.DB_RECOVER}<p>
     *
     *        Run normal recovery on this environment before opening
     *        it for normal use. If this flag is set, the <code>Db.DB_CREATE</code>
     *        flag must also be set because the regions will be
     *        removed and re-created. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_RECOVER_FATAL
     *        Db.DB_RECOVER_FATAL}<p>
     *
     *        Run catastrophic recovery on this environment before
     *        opening it for normal use. If this flag is set, the
     *        <code>Db.DB_CREATE</code> flag must also be set because
     *        the regions will be removed and re-created. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      A standard part of the recovery process is to remove the
     *      existing Berkeley DB environment and create a new one in
     *      which to perform recovery. If the thread of control
     *      performing recovery does not specify the correct region
     *      initialization information (for example, the correct
     *      memory pool cache size), the result can be an application
     *      running in an environment with incorrect cache and other
     *      subsystem sizes. For this reason, the thread of control
     *      performing recovery should specify correct configuration
     *      information before calling the DbEnv.open method; or it
     *      should remove the environment after recovery is completed,
     *      leaving creation of the correctly sized environment to a
     *      subsequent call to DbEnv.open.</p> <p>
     *
     *      All Berkeley DB recovery processing must be
     *      single-threaded; that is, only a single thread of control
     *      may perform recovery or access a Berkeley DB environment
     *      while recovery is being performed. Because it is not an
     *      error to specify Db.DB_RECOVER for an environment for
     *      which no recovery is required, it is reasonable
     *      programming practice for the thread of control responsible
     *      for performing recovery and creating the environment to
     *      always specify the Db.DB_CREATE and Db.DB_RECOVER flags
     *      during startup.</p> <p>
     *
     *      The DbEnv.open function returns successfully if
     *      Db.DB_RECOVER or Db.DB_RECOVER_FATAL is specified and no
     *      log files exist, so it is necessary to ensure that all
     *      necessary log files are present before running recovery.
     *      For further information, consult <a
     *      href="{@docRoot}/../utility/db_archive.html">db_archive
     *      </a> and <a href="{@docRoot}/../utility/db_recover.html">
     *      db_recover</a> .</p> <p>
     *
     *      The third group of flags govern file-naming extensions in
     *      the environment:</p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_USE_ENVIRON
     *        Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON}<p>
     *
     *        The Berkeley DB process' environment may be permitted to
     *        specify information to be used when naming files; see <a
     *        href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/naming.html">Berkeley DB
     *        File Naming</a> . Because permitting users to specify
     *        which files are used can create security problems,
     *        environment information will be used in file naming for
     *        all users only if the <code>Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON</code>
     *        flag is set. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_USE_ENVIRON_ROOT
     *        Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON_ROOT}<p>
     *
     *        The Berkeley DB process' environment may be permitted to
     *        specify information to be used when naming files; see <a
     *        href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/naming.html">Berkeley DB
     *        File Naming</a> . Because permitting users to specify
     *        which files are used can create security problems, if
     *        the <code>Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON_ROOT</code> flag is set,
     *        environment information will be used for file naming
     *        only for users with appropriate permissions (for
     *        example, users with a user-ID of 0 on UNIX systems).
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      Finally, there are a few additional unrelated flags:</p>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_CREATE Db.DB_CREATE}
     *        <p>
     *
     *        Cause Berkeley DB subsystems to create any underlying
     *        files, as necessary. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCKDOWN
     *        Db.DB_LOCKDOWN}<p>
     *
     *        Lock shared Berkeley DB environment files and
     *        memory-mapped databases into memory. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_PRIVATE
     *        Db.DB_PRIVATE}<p>
     *
     *        Specify that the environment will only be accessed by a
     *        single process (although that process may be
     *        multithreaded). This flag has two effects on the
     *        Berkeley DB environment. First, all underlying data
     *        structures are allocated from per-process memory instead
     *        of from shared memory that is potentially accessible to
     *        more than a single process. Second, mutexes are only
     *        configured to work between threads. <p>
     *
     *        This flag should not be specified if more than a single
     *        process is accessing the environment because it is
     *        likely to cause database corruption and unpredictable
     *        behavior. For example, if both a server application and
     *        the Berkeley DB utility <a
     *        href="{@docRoot}/../utility/db_stat.html">db_stat</a>
     *        are expected to access the environment, the <code>Db.DB_PRIVATE</code>
     *        flag should not be specified.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_SYSTEM_MEM
     *        Db.DB_SYSTEM_MEM}<p>
     *
     *        Allocate memory from system shared memory instead of
     *        from memory backed by the filesystem. See <a
     *        href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/region.html">Shared Memory
     *        Regions</a> for more information. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_THREAD Db.DB_THREAD}
     *        <p>
     *
     *        Cause the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle
     *        returned by DbEnv.open to be <i>free-threaded</i> ; that
     *        is, usable by multiple threads within a single address
     *        space. <p>
     *
     *        Threading is always assumed in the Java API, so no
     *        special flags are required and Berkeley DB functions
     *        will always behave as if the <code>Db.DB_THREAD</code>
     *        flag was specified.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  mode                       On UNIX systems or in
     *      IEEE/ANSI Std 1003.1 (POSIX) environments, all files
     *      created by Berkeley DB are created with mode <b>mode</b>
     *      (as described in <b>chmod</b> (2)) and modified by the
     *      process' umask value at the time of creation (see <b>umask
     *      </b>(2)). If <b>mode</b> is 0, Berkeley DB will use a
     *      default mode of readable and writable by both owner and
     *      group. On Windows systems, the mode parameter is ignored.
     *      The group ownership of created files is based on the
     *      system and directory defaults, and is not further
     *      specified by Berkeley DB.
     * @throws  DbException               The DbEnv.open method may
     *      fail and throw {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbException
     *      DbException}, encapsulating one of the following non-zero
     *      errors:
     *      <li> The shared memory region was locked and (repeatedly)
     *      unavailable.
     *      <li> HP-UX only: a previously created Berkeley DB
     *      environment for this process still exists.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.open method will
     *      fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception if the
     *      Db.DB_THREAD flag was specified and fast mutexes are not
     *      available for this architecture; The DB_HOME or TMPDIR
     *      environment variables were set, but empty; An incorrectly
     *      formatted <b>NAME VALUE</b> entry or line was found; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @throws  FileNotFoundException     If the file or directory
     *      does not exist, the DbEnv.open method will fail and throw
     *      a FileNotFoundException exception.
     */
00696     public void open(String db_home, int flags, int mode) throws DbException, java.io.FileNotFoundException {

        /*
         *  Java is always threaded
         */
        flags |= Db.DB_THREAD;
        open0(db_home, flags, mode);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.remove method destroys a Berkeley DB environment if
     *  it is not currently in use. The environment regions, including
     *  any backing files, are removed. Any log or database files and
     *  the environment directory are not removed.</p> <p>
     *
     *  If there are processes that have called {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} without calling {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#close DbEnv.close} (that is, there are
     *  processes currently using the environment), DbEnv.remove will
     *  fail without further action unless the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_FORCE Db.DB_FORCE} flag is set, in
     *  which case DbEnv.remove will attempt to remove the
     *  environment, regardless of any processes still using it.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The result of attempting to forcibly destroy the environment
     *  when it is in use is unspecified. Processes using an
     *  environment often maintain open file descriptors for shared
     *  regions within it. On UNIX systems, the environment removal
     *  will usually succeed, and processes that have already joined
     *  the region will continue to run in that region without change.
     *  However, processes attempting to join the environment will
     *  either fail or create new regions. On other systems in which
     *  the <b>unlink</b> (2) system call will fail if any process has
     *  an open file descriptor for the file (for example Windows/NT),
     *  the region removal will fail.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Calling DbEnv.remove should not be necessary for most
     *  applications because the Berkeley DB environment is cleaned up
     *  as part of normal database recovery procedures. However,
     *  applications may want to call DbEnv.remove as part of
     *  application shut down to free up system resources. For
     *  example, if the {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_SYSTEM_MEM
     *  Db.DB_SYSTEM_MEM} flag was specified to {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open}, it may be useful to
     *  call DbEnv.remove in order to release system shared memory
     *  segments that have been allocated. Or, on architectures in
     *  which mutexes require allocation of underlying system
     *  resources, it may be useful to call DbEnv.remove in order to
     *  release those resources. Alternatively, if recovery is not
     *  required because no database state is maintained across
     *  failures, and no system resources need to be released, it is
     *  possible to clean up an environment by simply removing all the
     *  Berkeley DB files in the database environment's directories.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  In multithreaded applications, only a single thread may call
     *  DbEnv.remove.</p> <p>
     *
     *  A {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle that has already
     *  been used to open an environment should not be used to call
     *  the DbEnv.remove method; a new {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv
     *  DbEnv} handle should be created for that purpose.</p> <p>
     *
     *  After DbEnv.remove has been called, regardless of its return,
     *  the Berkeley DB environment handle may not be accessed again.
     *  </p>
     *
     * @param  db_home                 The <b>db_home</b> parameter
     *      names the database environment to be removed.
     * @param  flags                   must be set to 0 or by bitwise
     *      inclusively <b>OR</b> 'ing together one or more of the
     *      following values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_FORCE Db.DB_FORCE}<p>
     *
     *        If the {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_FORCE <code>Db.DB_FORCE</code>
     *        } flag is set, the environment is removed, regardless of
     *        any processes that may still using it, and no locks are
     *        acquired during this process. (Generally, the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_FORCE <code>Db.DB_FORCE</code>}
     *        flag is specified only when applications were unable to
     *        shut down cleanly, and there is a risk that an
     *        application may have died holding a Berkeley DB lock.)
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_USE_ENVIRON
     *        Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON}<p>
     *
     *        The Berkeley DB process' environment may be permitted to
     *        specify information to be used when naming files; see <a
     *        href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/naming.html">Berkeley DB
     *        File Naming</a> . Because permitting users to specify
     *        which files are used can create security problems,
     *        environment information will be used in file naming for
     *        all users only if the <code>Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON</code>
     *        flag is set. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_USE_ENVIRON_ROOT
     *        Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON_ROOT}<p>
     *
     *        The Berkeley DB process' environment may be permitted to
     *        specify information to be used when naming files; see <a
     *        href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/naming.html">Berkeley DB
     *        File Naming</a> . Because permitting users to specify
     *        which files are used can create security problems, if
     *        the <code>Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON_ROOT</code> flag is set,
     *        environment information will be used for file naming
     *        only for users with appropriate permissions (for
     *        example, users with a user-ID of 0 on UNIX systems).
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  DbException            The DbEnv.remove method may
     *      fail and throw {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbException
     *      DbException}, encapsulating one of the following non-zero
     *      errors:
     *      <li> The shared memory region was in use and the force
     *      flag was not set.
     * @throws  FileNotFoundException  If the file or directory does
     *      not exist, the DbEnv.remove method will fail and throw a
     *      FileNotFoundException exception.
     */
00824     public synchronized void remove(String db_home, int flags) throws DbException, java.io.FileNotFoundException {

        try {
            remove0(db_home, flags);
        } finally {
            cleanup();
        }
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    Replaced in Berkeley DB 4.2 by {@link
     *      #setCacheSize(long,int)}
     */
00838     public void set_cachesize(int gbytes, int bytes, int ncache) throws DbException {

        set_cachesize((long) gbytes * Db.GIGABYTE + bytes, ncache);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getErrorPrefix()}
     */
00848     public String get_errpfx() {
        return getErrorPrefix();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getErrorPrefix method returns the error prefix.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getErrorPrefix method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @return    The DbEnv.getErrorPrefix method returns the error
     *      prefix.</p>
     */
00863     public String getErrorPrefix() {
        return this.errpfx;
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    Replaced in Berkeley DB 4.2 by {@link
     *      #setErrorHandler(DbErrorHandler)}
     */
00872     public void set_errcall(DbErrcall db_errcall_fcn) throws DbException {
        final DbErrcall ferrcall = db_errcall_fcn;
        try {
            setErrorHandler(
                new DbErrorHandler() {
                    public void error(String prefix, String buffer) {
                        ferrcall.errcall(prefix, buffer);
                    }
                });
        } catch (DbException dbe) {
            // setErrorHandler throws an exception,
            // but set_error_stream does not.
            // If it does happen, report it.
            System.err.println("Exception during DbEnv.setErrorHandler: " + dbe);
            dbe.printStackTrace(System.err);
        }
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setErrorStream(java.io.OutputStream)}
     */
00895     public void set_error_stream(java.io.OutputStream stream) {
        setErrorStream(stream);
    }


    /**
     *  When an error occurs in the Berkeley DB library, an exception
     *  is thrown. In some cases, however, the error information known
     *  to the Java layer may be insufficient to completely describe
     *  the cause of the error, especially during initial application
     *  debugging.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setErrorStream and {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorStream Db.setErrorStream} methods
     *  are used to enhance the mechanism for reporting error messages
     *  to the application by setting a OutputStream to be used for
     *  displaying additional Berkeley DB error messages. In some
     *  cases, when an error occurs, Berkeley DB will output an
     *  additional error message to the specified stream.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The error message will consist of the prefix string and a
     *  colon ("<b>:</b> ") (if a prefix string was previously
     *  specified using {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorPrefix
     *  DbEnv.setErrorPrefix}), an error string, and a trailing
     *  &lt;newline&gt; character.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Alternatively, you can use the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorHandler DbEnv.setErrorHandler}
     *  method to capture the additional error information in a way
     *  that does not use output streams. You should not mix these
     *  approaches. </p> <p>
     *
     *  This error-logging enhancement does not slow performance or
     *  significantly increase application size, and may be run during
     *  normal operation as well as during application debugging.</p>
     *
     * @param  stream  the application-specified output stream to be
     *      used for additional error information.
     */
00934     public void setErrorStream(java.io.OutputStream stream) {
        final java.io.PrintWriter pw = new java.io.PrintWriter(stream);
        try {
            setErrorHandler(
                new DbErrorHandler() {
                    public void error(String prefix, String buf) {
                        if (prefix != null) {
                            pw.print(prefix + ": ");
                        }
                        pw.println(buf);
                        pw.flush();
                    }
                });
        } catch (DbException dbe) {
            // setErrorHandler throws an exception,
            // but set_error_stream does not.
            // If it does happen, report it.
            System.err.println("Exception during DbEnv.setErrorHandler: " + dbe);
            dbe.printStackTrace(System.err);
        }
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setErrorPrefix(String)}
     */
00961     public void set_errpfx(String errpfx) {
        setErrorPrefix(errpfx);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the prefix string that appears before error messages
     *  issued by Berkeley DB.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setErrorPrefix method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @param  errpfx  the application-specified error prefix for
     *      additional error messages.
     */
00976     public void setErrorPrefix(String errpfx) {
        this.errpfx = errpfx;
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    Replaced in Berkeley DB 4.2 by {@link
     *      #setFeedbackHandler(DbEnvFeedbackHandler)}
     */
00985     public void set_feedback(DbEnvFeedback feedback) throws DbException {
        final DbEnvFeedback ffeedback = feedback;
        setFeedbackHandler(
            new DbEnvFeedbackHandler() {
                public void feedback(DbEnv env, int opcode, int percent) {
                    ffeedback.feedback(env, opcode, percent);
                }
            });
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    Replaced in Berkeley DB 4.2 by {@link
     *      #setReplicationLimit(long)}
     */
01000     public void set_rep_limit(int gbytes, int bytes) throws DbException {

        set_rep_limit((long) gbytes * Db.GIGABYTE + bytes);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setTxnTimestamp(java.util.Date)}
     */
01010     public void set_tx_timestamp(java.util.Date timestamp) throws DbException {
        setTxnTimestamp(timestamp);
    }


    /**
     *  Recover to the time specified by <b>timestamp</b> rather than
     *  to the most current possible date.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Once a database environment has been upgraded to a new version
     *  of Berkeley DB involving a log format change (see <a
     *  href="{@docRoot}/../ref/upgrade/process.html">Upgrading
     *  Berkeley DB installations</a> ), it is no longer possible to
     *  recover to a specific time before that upgrade.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTxnTimestamp method configures operations
     *  performed using the specified {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv
     *  DbEnv} handle, not all operations performed on the underlying
     *  database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTxnTimestamp method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. </p>
     *
     * @param  timestamp                  references the memory
     *      location where the recovery timestamp is located. <p>
     *
     *      Note that only the seconds (not the milliseconds) of the
     *      <b>timestamp</b> are used</p>
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setTxnTimestamp
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if it is not possible to recover to the
     *      specified time using the log files currently present in
     *      the environment; or if an invalid flag value or parameter
     *      was specified.
     */
01046     public void setTxnTimestamp(java.util.Date timestamp) throws DbException {
        set_tx_timestamp0(timestamp.getTime() / 1000);
    }


    /**
     *  The constructor creates the DbEnv object. The constructor
     *  allocates memory internally; calling the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#close DbEnv.close} or {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#remove DbEnv.remove} methods will free
     *  that memory.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags         The following <b>flags</b> value may be
     *      specified:</p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_RPCCLIENT
     *        Db.DB_RPCCLIENT}<p>
     *
     *        Create a client environment to connect to a server. <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_RPCCLIENT</code> flag indicates to the
     *        system that this environment is remote on a server. The
     *        use of this flag causes the environment methods to use
     *        functions that call a server instead of local functions.
     *        Prior to making any environment or database method
     *        calls, the application must call the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setRpcServer DbEnv.setRpcServer}
     *        function to establish the connection to the server.</p>
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     */
01080     public DbEnv(int flags) throws DbException {
        this(db_javaJNI.new_DbEnv(flags), true);
        initialize();
    }


    void close0(int flags) {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_close0(swigCPtr, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #dbRemove(DbTxn,String,String,int)}
     */
01095     public void dbremove(DbTxn txnid, String file, String database, int flags) throws DbException, DbDeadlockException, DbLockNotGrantedException, java.io.FileNotFoundException {
        dbRemove(txnid, file, database, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.dbRemove method removes the database specified by
     *  the <b>file</b> and <b>database</b> parameters. If no <b>
     *  database</b> is specified, the underlying file represented by
     *  <b>file</b> is removed, incidentally removing all of the
     *  databases it contained.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Applications should never remove databases with open {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db Db} handles, or in the case of removing a
     *  file, when any database in the file has an open handle. For
     *  example, some architectures do not permit the removal of files
     *  with open system handles. On these architectures, attempts to
     *  remove databases currently in use by any thread of control in
     *  the system will fail.</p> <h3>Environment Variables</h3> <p>
     *
     *  The environment variable <b>DB_HOME</b> may be used as the
     *  path of the database environment home.</p> <p>
     *
     *  DbEnv.dbRemove is affected by any database directory specified
     *  using the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setDataDir
     *  DbEnv.setDataDir} method, or by setting the "set_data_dir"
     *  string in the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file.</p>
     *
     * @param  database                    the database to be removed.
     * @param  file                        the physical file which
     *      contains the database(s) to be removed.
     * @param  flags                       must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_AUTO_COMMIT
     *        Db.DB_AUTO_COMMIT}<p>
     *
     *        Enclose the DbEnv.dbRemove call within a transaction. If
     *        the call succeeds, changes made by the operation will be
     *        recoverable. If the call fails, the operation will have
     *        made no changes. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  txnid                       If the operation is to be
     *      transaction-protected, the <b>txnid</b> parameter is a
     *      transaction handle returned from {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#txnBegin DbEnv.txnBegin};
     *      otherwise, null.
     * @throws  DbException                The DbEnv.dbRemove method
     *      may fail and throw {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbException
     *      DbException}, encapsulating one of the following non-zero
     *      errors:
     *      <li> An attempt was made to remove the underlying file and
     *      a database in the file was currently open.
     * @throws  DbDeadlockException        If a transactional database
     *      environment operation was selected to resolve a deadlock,
     *      the DbEnv.dbRemove method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbDeadlockException DbDeadlockException}
     *      exception.
     * @throws  DbLockNotGrantedException  If a Berkeley DB Concurrent
     *      Data Store database environment configured for lock
     *      timeouts was unable to grant a lock in the allowed time,
     *      the DbEnv.dbRemove method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbLockNotGrantedException
     *      DbLockNotGrantedException} exception.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException   The DbEnv.dbRemove method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if DbEnv.dbRemove called before {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @throws  FileNotFoundException      If the file or directory
     *      does not exist, the DbEnv.dbRemove method will fail and
     *      throw a FileNotFoundException exception.
     */
01169     public void dbRemove(DbTxn txnid, String file, String database, int flags) throws DbException, DbDeadlockException, DbLockNotGrantedException, java.io.FileNotFoundException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_dbremove(swigCPtr, DbTxn.getCPtr(txnid), file, database, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #dbRename(DbTxn,String,String,String,int)}
     */
01178     public void dbrename(DbTxn txnid, String file, String database, String newname, int flags) throws DbException, DbDeadlockException, DbLockNotGrantedException, java.io.FileNotFoundException {
        dbRename(txnid, file, database, newname, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.dbRename method renames the database specified by
     *  the <b>file</b> and <b>database</b> parameters to <b>newname
     *  </b>. If no <b>database</b> is specified, the underlying file
     *  represented by <b>file</b> is renamed, incidentally renaming
     *  all of the databases it contained.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Applications should not rename databases that are currently in
     *  use. If an underlying file is being renamed and logging is
     *  currently enabled in the database environment, no database in
     *  the file may be open when the DbEnv.dbRename method is called.
     *  In particular, some architectures do not permit renaming files
     *  with open handles. On these architectures, attempts to rename
     *  databases that are currently in use by any thread of control
     *  in the system will fail.</p> <h3>Environment Variables</h3>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The environment variable <b>DB_HOME</b> may be used as the
     *  path of the database environment home.</p> <p>
     *
     *  DbEnv.dbRename is affected by any database directory specified
     *  using the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setDataDir
     *  DbEnv.setDataDir} method, or by setting the "set_data_dir"
     *  string in the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file.</p>
     *
     * @param  database                    the database to be removed.
     * @param  file                        the physical file which
     *      contains the database(s) to be removed.
     * @param  flags                       must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_AUTO_COMMIT
     *        Db.DB_AUTO_COMMIT}<p>
     *
     *        Enclose the DbEnv.dbRename call within a transaction. If
     *        the call succeeds, changes made by the operation will be
     *        recoverable. If the call fails, the operation will have
     *        made no changes. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  newname                     the new name of the
     *      database or file.
     * @param  txnid                       If the operation is to be
     *      transaction-protected, the <b>txnid</b> parameter is a
     *      transaction handle returned from {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#txnBegin DbEnv.txnBegin};
     *      otherwise, null.
     * @throws  DbException                The DbEnv.dbRename method
     *      may fail and throw {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbException
     *      DbException}, encapsulating one of the following non-zero
     *      errors:
     *      <li> An attempt was made to rename the underlying file and
     *      a database in the file was currently open.
     * @throws  DbDeadlockException        If a transactional database
     *      environment operation was selected to resolve a deadlock,
     *      the DbEnv.dbRename method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbDeadlockException DbDeadlockException}
     *      exception.
     * @throws  DbLockNotGrantedException  If a Berkeley DB Concurrent
     *      Data Store database environment configured for lock
     *      timeouts was unable to grant a lock in the allowed time,
     *      the DbEnv.dbRename method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbLockNotGrantedException
     *      DbLockNotGrantedException} exception.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException   The DbEnv.dbRename method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if DbEnv.dbRename called before {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @throws  FileNotFoundException      If the file or directory
     *      does not exist, the DbEnv.dbRename method will fail and
     *      throw a FileNotFoundException exception.
     */
01256     public void dbRename(DbTxn txnid, String file, String database, String newname, int flags) throws DbException, DbDeadlockException, DbLockNotGrantedException, java.io.FileNotFoundException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_dbrename(swigCPtr, DbTxn.getCPtr(txnid), file, database, newname, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.err, DbEnv.errx, {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#err
     *  Db.err} and {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#errx Db.errx} methods
     *  provide error-messaging functionality for applications written
     *  using the Berkeley DB library.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.err method constructs an error message consisting of
     *  the following elements:</p> <blockquote> <p>
     *
     *  If no error callback function has been set using the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorHandler DbEnv.setErrorHandler}
     *  method, any prefix string specified using the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorPrefix DbEnv.setErrorPrefix}
     *  method, followed by two separating characters: a colon and a
     *  &lt;space&gt; character. <p>
     *
     *  <p>
     *
     *  Two separating characters: a colon and a &lt;space&gt;
     *  character. <p>
     *
     *  The standard system or Berkeley DB library error string
     *  associated with the <b>error</b> value, as returned by the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#strerror DbEnv.strerror} method.
     *  </blockquote> <p>
     *
     *  This constructed error message is then handled as follows:</p>
     *  <blockquote><p>
     *
     *  If an error callback function has been set (see {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorHandler Db.setErrorHandler} and
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorHandler
     *  DbEnv.setErrorHandler}), that function is called with two
     *  parameters: any prefix string specified (see {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorPrefix Db.setErrorPrefix} and
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorPrefix
     *  DbEnv.setErrorPrefix}) and the error message.</p> <p>
     *
     *  If an OutputStream has been set (see {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorStream DbEnv.setErrorStream}
     *  and {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorStream
     *  Db.setErrorStream}), the error message is written to that
     *  stream.</p> <p>
     *
     *  If none of these output options has been configured, the error
     *  message is written to System.err, the standard error output
     *  stream.</p> </blockquote>
     *
     * @param  error    the error value for which the DbEnv.err and
     *      {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#err Db.err} methods will
     *      display a explanatory string.
     * @param  message  an error message to display.
     */
01314     public void err(int error, String message) {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_err(swigCPtr, error, message);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.errx and {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#errx Db.errx}
     *  methods perform identically to the DbEnv.err and {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#err Db.err} methods, except that they do
     *  not append the final separator characters and standard error
     *  string to the error message.</p>
     *
     * @param  error    the error value for which the DbEnv.err and
     *      {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#err Db.err} methods will
     *      display a explanatory string.
     * @param  message  an error message to display.
     */
01331     public void errx(String message) {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_errx(swigCPtr, message);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getDataDirs()}
     */
01340     public String[] get_data_dirs() throws DbException {
        return getDataDirs();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getDataDirs method returns the array of directories.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getDataDirs method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getDataDirs method returns the
     *      array of directories.</p>
     */
01357     public String[] getDataDirs() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_data_dirs(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getEncryptFlags()}
     */
01366     public int get_encrypt_flags() throws DbException {
        return getEncryptFlags();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getEncryptFlags method returns the encryption flags.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getEncryptFlags method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getEncryptFlags method returns
     *      the encryption flags.</p>
     */
01383     public int getEncryptFlags() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_encrypt_flags(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getFlags()}
     */
01392     public int get_flags() throws DbException {
        return getFlags();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getFlags method returns the configuration flags.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getFlags method may be called at any time during the
     *  life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getFlags method returns the
     *      configuration flags.</p>
     */
01409     public int getFlags() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_flags(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getDbEnvHome()}
     */
01418     public String get_home() throws DbException {
        return getDbEnvHome();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getDbEnvHome method returns the database environment
     *  home directory.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getDbEnvHome method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getDbEnvHome method returns the
     *      database environment home directory.</p>
     */
01435     public String getDbEnvHome() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_home(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getOpenFlags()}
     */
01444     public int get_open_flags() throws DbException {
        return getOpenFlags();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getOpenFlags method returns the open method flags.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getOpenFlags method may not be called before the
     *  DbEnv.open method has been called.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getOpenFlags method returns the
     *      open method flags.</p>
     */
01461     public int getOpenFlags() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_open_flags(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getSegmentId()}
     */
01470     public long get_shm_key() throws DbException {
        return getSegmentId();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getSegmentId method returns the base segment ID.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getSegmentId method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getSegmentId method returns the
     *      base segment ID.</p>
     */
01487     public long getSegmentId() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_shm_key(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getTestAndSetSpins()}
     */
01496     public int get_tas_spins() throws DbException {
        return getTestAndSetSpins();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getTestAndSetSpins method returns the test-and-set
     *  spin count.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getTestAndSetSpins method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getTestAndSetSpins method
     *      returns the test-and-set spin count.</p>
     */
01513     public int getTestAndSetSpins() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_tas_spins(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getTmpDir()}
     */
01522     public String get_tmp_dir() throws DbException {
        return getTmpDir();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getTmpDir method returns the database environment
     *  temporary file directory.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getTmpDir method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getTmpDir method returns the
     *      database environment temporary file directory.</p>
     */
01539     public String getTmpDir() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_tmp_dir(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getVerbose(int)}
     */
01548     public boolean get_verbose(int which) throws DbException {
        return getVerbose(which);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getVerbose method returns whether the specified <b>
     *  which</b> parameter is currently set or not.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getVerbose method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @param  which         the message value for which configuration
     *      is being checked.
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getVerbose method returns
     *      whether the specified <b>which</b> parameter is currently
     *      set or not.</p>
     */
01568     public boolean getVerbose(int which) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_verbose(swigCPtr, which);
    }


    void open0(String db_home, int flags, int mode) {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_open0(swigCPtr, db_home, flags, mode);
    }


    void remove0(String db_home, int flags) {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_remove0(swigCPtr, db_home, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setCacheSize(long,int)}
     */
01587     public void set_cachesize(long bytes, int ncache) throws DbException {
        setCacheSize(bytes, ncache);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the size of the shared memory buffer pool -- that is, the
     *  cache. The cache should be the size of the normal working data
     *  set of the application, with some small amount of additional
     *  memory for unusual situations. (Note: the working set is not
     *  the same as the number of pages accessed simultaneously, and
     *  is usually much larger.)</p> <p>
     *
     *  The default cache size is 256KB, and may not be specified as
     *  less than 20KB. Any cache size less than 500MB is
     *  automatically increased by 25% to account for buffer pool
     *  overhead; cache sizes larger than 500MB are used as specified.
     *  The current maximum size of a single cache is 4GB. (All sizes
     *  are in powers-of-two, that is, 256KB is 2^32 not 256,000.) For
     *  information on tuning the Berkeley DB cache size, see <a
     *  href="{@docRoot}/../ref/am_conf/cachesize.html">Selecting a
     *  cache size</a> .</p> <p>
     *
     *  It is possible to specify caches to Berkeley DB larger than
     *  4GB and/or large enough they cannot be allocated contiguously
     *  on some architectures. For example, some releases of Solaris
     *  limit the amount of memory that may be allocated contiguously
     *  by a process. If <b>ncache</b> is 0 or 1, the cache will be
     *  allocated contiguously in memory. If it is greater than 1, the
     *  cache will be broken up into <b>ncache</b> equally sized,
     *  separate pieces of memory.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's cache size may also be set using
     *  the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax of the
     *  entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_cachesize", one or more whitespace characters, and the
     *  cache size specified in three parts: the gigabytes of cache,
     *  the additional bytes of cache, and the number of caches, also
     *  separated by whitespace characters. For example,
     *  "set_cachesize 2 524288000 3" would create a 2.5GB logical
     *  cache, split between three physical caches. Because the <b>
     *  DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when the database environment is
     *  opened, it will silently overrule configuration done before
     *  that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setCacheSize method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setCacheSize method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setCacheSize will be ignored.
     *  </p>
     *
     * @param  bytes                      The size of the cache in
     *      bytes.
     * @param  ncache                     the number of caches to
     *      create.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setCacheSize
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the specified cache size was impossibly
     *      small; the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
01654     public void setCacheSize(long bytes, int ncache) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_cachesize(swigCPtr, bytes, ncache);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setDataDir(String)}
     */
01663     public void set_data_dir(String dir) throws DbException {
        setDataDir(dir);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the path of a directory to be used as the location of the
     *  access method database files. Paths specified to the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#open Db.open} function will be searched
     *  relative to this path. Paths set using this method are
     *  additive, and specifying more than one will result in each
     *  specified directory being searched for database files. If any
     *  directories are specified, created database files will always
     *  be created in the first path specified.</p> <p>
     *
     *  If no database directories are specified, database files can
     *  exist only in the environment home directory. See <a
     *  href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/naming.html">Berkeley DB File
     *  Naming</a> for more information.</p> <p>
     *
     *  For the greatest degree of recoverability from system or
     *  application failure, database files and log files should be
     *  located on separate physical devices.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's data directories may also be set
     *  using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax of
     *  the entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_data_dir", one or more whitespace characters, and the
     *  directory name. </p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setDataDir method configures operations performed
     *  using the specified {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv}
     *  handle, not all operations performed on the underlying
     *  database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setDataDir method may not be called after the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is called. If
     *  the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setDataDir must be consistent
     *  with the existing environment or corruption can occur.</p>
     *
     * @param  dir                        a directory to be used as a
     *      location for database files.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setDataDir method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
01713     public void setDataDir(String dir) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_data_dir(swigCPtr, dir);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setEncrypted(String,int)}
     */
01722     public void set_encrypt(String passwd, int flags) throws DbException {
        setEncrypted(passwd, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the password used by the Berkeley DB library to perform
     *  encryption and decryption.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setEncrypted method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setEncrypted method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setEncrypted must be consistent
     *  with the existing environment or an error will be returned.
     *  </p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_ENCRYPT_AES
     *        Db.DB_ENCRYPT_AES}<p>
     *
     *        Use the Rijndael/AES (also known as the Advanced
     *        Encryption Standard and Federal Information Processing
     *        Standard (FIPS) 197) algorithm for encryption or
     *        decryption. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  passwd                     the password used to perform
     *      encryption and decryption.
     * @throws  DbException               The DbEnv.setEncrypted
     *      method may fail and throw {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbException DbException}, encapsulating
     *      one of the following non-zero errors:
     *      <li> Cryptography is not available in this Berkeley DB
     *      release.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setEncrypted
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
01769     public void setEncrypted(String passwd, int flags) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_encrypt(swigCPtr, passwd, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  When an error occurs in the Berkeley DB library, an exception
     *  is thrown. In some cases, however, the <b>errno</b> value may
     *  be insufficient to completely describe the cause of the error,
     *  especially during initial application debugging. <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setOnError and {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorHandler
     *  Db.setErrorHandler} methods are used to enhance the mechanism
     *  for reporting error messages to the application. The
     *  DbEnv.setOnError and {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorHandler
     *  Db.setErrorHandler} methods must be called with a single
     *  object parameter. The object's class must implement the
     *  DbErrorHandler interface.</p> <p>
     *
     *  In some cases, when an error occurs, Berkeley DB will invoke
     *  the object's errcall() method with two parameters; the first
     *  is the prefix string (as previously set by {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorPrefix Db.setErrorPrefix} or
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorPrefix
     *  DbEnv.setErrorPrefix}), the second will be an error message
     *  string. It is up to this method to display the message in an
     *  appropriate manner.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Alternatively, you can use the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorStream DbEnv.setErrorStream}
     *  and {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorStream
     *  Db.setErrorStream} methods to display the additional
     *  information via an output stream. You should not mix these
     *  approaches.</p> <p>
     *
     *  This error-logging enhancement does not slow performance or
     *  significantly increase application size, and may be run during
     *  normal operation as well as during application debugging.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setOnError method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @param  db_errcall_fcn  the application-specified error
     *      reporting function. The function takes two parameters: <p>
     *
     *      The <b>errpfx</b> parameter is the prefix string (as
     *      previously set by {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorPrefix
     *      Db.setErrorPrefix} or {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setErrorPrefix
     *      DbEnv.setErrorPrefix}). <p>
     *
     *      The <b>msg</b> parameter is the error message string.
     * @throws  DbException    Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     */
01825     public void setErrorHandler(DbErrorHandler db_errcall_fcn) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_setErrorHandler(swigCPtr, (error_handler = db_errcall_fcn));
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setFlags(int,boolean)}
     */
01834     public void set_flags(int flags, boolean onoff) throws DbException {
        setFlags(flags, onoff);
    }


    /**
     *  Configure a database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's flag values may also be set using
     *  the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax of the
     *  entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_flags", one or more whitespace characters, and the method
     *  flag parameter as a string; for example, "set_flags
     *  DB_TXN_NOSYNC". Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when
     *  the database environment is opened, it will silently overrule
     *  configuration done before that time.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set by bitwise
     *      inclusively <b>OR</b> 'ing together one or more of the
     *      following values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_AUTO_COMMIT
     *        Db.DB_AUTO_COMMIT}<p>
     *
     *        If set, operations for which no explicit transaction
     *        handle was specified, and which modify databases in the
     *        database environment, will be automatically enclosed
     *        within a transaction. If the call succeeds, changes made
     *        by the operation will be recoverable. If the call fails,
     *        the operation will have made no changes. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_AUTO_COMMIT <code>Db.DB_AUTO_COMMIT</code>
     *        } flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_AUTO_COMMIT <code>Db.DB_AUTO_COMMIT</code>
     *        } flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>
     *        DB_CONFIG</b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_AUTO_COMMIT <code>Db.DB_AUTO_COMMIT</code>
     *        } flag may be used to configure Berkeley DB at any time
     *        during the life of the application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_CDB_ALLDB
     *        Db.DB_CDB_ALLDB}<p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB Concurrent Data Store applications
     *        will perform locking on an environment-wide basis rather
     *        than on a per-database basis. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_CDB_ALLDB</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_CDB_ALLDB</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_CDB_ALLDB</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB only before the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *        called.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_DIRECT_DB
     *        Db.DB_DIRECT_DB}<p>
     *
     *        Turn off system buffering of Berkeley DB database files
     *        to avoid double caching. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_DIRECT_DB</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_DIRECT_DB</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_DIRECT_DB</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of the
     *        application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_DIRECT_LOG
     *        Db.DB_DIRECT_LOG}<p>
     *
     *        Turn off system buffering of Berkeley DB log files to
     *        avoid double caching. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_DIRECT_LOG</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_DIRECT_LOG</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_DIRECT_LOG</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of the
     *        application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOG_AUTOREMOVE
     *        Db.DB_LOG_AUTOREMOVE}<p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB will automatically remove log files
     *        that are no longer needed. Automatic log file removal is
     *        likely to make catastrophic recovery impossible. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_LOG_AUTOREMOVE</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_LOG_AUTOREMOVE</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_LOG_AUTOREMOVE</code> flag may be used
     *        to configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of
     *        the application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_NOLOCKING
     *        Db.DB_NOLOCKING}<p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB will grant all requested mutual
     *        exclusion mutexes and database locks without regard for
     *        their actual availability. This functionality should
     *        never be used for purposes other than debugging. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_NOLOCKING</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). </p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_NOLOCKING</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of the
     *        application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_NOMMAP Db.DB_NOMMAP}
     *        <p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB will copy read-only database files
     *        into the local cache instead of potentially mapping them
     *        into process memory (see the description of the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setMemoryPoolMapSize
     *        DbEnv.setMemoryPoolMapSize} method for further
     *        information). <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_NOMMAP</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_NOMMAP</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_NOMMAP</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of the
     *        application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_NOPANIC
     *        Db.DB_NOPANIC}<p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB will ignore any panic state in the
     *        database environment. (Database environments in a panic
     *        state normally refuse all attempts to call Berkeley DB
     *        functions, returning <a href="{@docRoot}/../ref/program/errorret.html#DB_RUNRECOVERY">
     *        <code>Db.DB_RUNRECOVERY</code></a> .) This functionality
     *        should never be used for purposes other than debugging.
     *        <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_NOPANIC</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). </p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_NOPANIC</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of the
     *        application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_OVERWRITE
     *        Db.DB_OVERWRITE}<p>
     *
     *        Overwrite files stored in encrypted formats before
     *        deleting them. Berkeley DB overwrites files using
     *        alternating 0xff, 0x00 and 0xff byte patterns. For file
     *        overwriting to be effective, the underlying file must be
     *        stored on a fixed-block filesystem. Systems with
     *        journaling or logging filesystems will require operating
     *        system support and probably modification of the Berkeley
     *        DB sources. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_OVERWRITE</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). </p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_OVERWRITE</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of the
     *        application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_PANIC_ENVIRONMENT
     *        Db.DB_PANIC_ENVIRONMENT}<p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB will set the panic state for the
     *        database environment. (Database environments in a panic
     *        state normally refuse all attempts to call Berkeley DB
     *        functions, returning <a href="{@docRoot}/../ref/program/errorret.html#DB_RUNRECOVERY">
     *        <code>Db.DB_RUNRECOVERY</code></a> .) This flag may not
     *        be specified using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b>
     *        file. This flag may be used to configure Berkeley DB
     *        only after the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open
     *        DbEnv.open} method is called. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_PANIC_ENVIRONMENT</code>
     *        flag affects the database environment, including all
     *        threads of control accessing the database environment.
     *        </p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_PANIC_ENVIRONMENT</code> flag may be
     *        used to configure Berkeley DB at any time during the
     *        life of the application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REGION_INIT
     *        Db.DB_REGION_INIT}<p>
     *
     *        In some applications, the expense of page-faulting the
     *        underlying shared memory regions can affect performance.
     *        (For example, if the page-fault occurs while holding a
     *        lock, other lock requests can convoy, and overall
     *        throughput may decrease.) If set, Berkeley DB will
     *        page-fault shared regions into memory when initially
     *        creating or joining a Berkeley DB environment. In
     *        addition, Berkeley DB will write the shared regions when
     *        creating an environment, forcing the underlying virtual
     *        memory and filesystems to instantiate both the necessary
     *        memory and the necessary disk space. This can also avoid
     *        out-of-disk space failures later on. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_REGION_INIT</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_REGION_INIT</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_REGION_INIT</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of the
     *        application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TIME_NOTGRANTED
     *        Db.DB_TIME_NOTGRANTED}<p>
     *
     *        If set, database calls timing out based on lock or
     *        transaction timeout values will throw a {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbLockNotGrantedException
     *        DbLockNotGrantedException} exception instead of {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbDeadlockException
     *        DbDeadlockException}. This allows applications to
     *        distinguish between operations which have deadlocked and
     *        operations which have exceeded their time limits. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TIME_NOTGRANTED <code>Db.DB_TIME_NOTGRANTED</code>
     *        } flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TIME_NOTGRANTED <code>Db.DB_TIME_NOTGRANTED</code>
     *        } flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>
     *        DB_CONFIG</b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TIME_NOTGRANTED <code>Db.DB_TIME_NOTGRANTED</code>
     *        } flag may be used to configure Berkeley DB at any time
     *        during the life of the application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TXN_NOSYNC
     *        Db.DB_TXN_NOSYNC}<p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB will not write or synchronously
     *        flush the log on transaction commit. This means that
     *        transactions exhibit the ACI (atomicity, consistency,
     *        and isolation) properties, but not D (durability); that
     *        is, database integrity will be maintained, but if the
     *        application or system fails, it is possible some number
     *        of the most recently committed transactions may be
     *        undone during recovery. The number of transactions at
     *        risk is governed by how many log updates can fit into
     *        the log buffer, how often the operating system flushes
     *        dirty buffers to disk, and how often the log is
     *        checkpointed. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_TXN_NOSYNC</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_TXN_NOSYNC</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_TXN_NOSYNC</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of the
     *        application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TXN_NOT_DURABLE
     *        Db.DB_TXN_NOT_DURABLE}<p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB will not write log records. This
     *        means that transactions exhibit the ACI (atomicity,
     *        consistency, and isolation) properties, but not D
     *        (durability); that is, database integrity will be
     *        maintained, but if the application or system fails,
     *        integrity will not persist. All database files must be
     *        verified and/or restored from backup after a failure. In
     *        order to ensure integrity after application shut down,
     *        all database handles must be closed without specifying
     *        {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_NOSYNC <code>Db.DB_NOSYNC</code>
     *        }, or all database changes must be flushed from the
     *        database environment cache using the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#txnCheckpoint
     *        DbEnv.txnCheckpoint} method. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_TXN_NOT_DURABLE</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_TXN_NOT_DURABLE</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_TXN_NOT_DURABLE</code> flag may be used
     *        to configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of
     *        the application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TXN_WRITE_NOSYNC
     *        Db.DB_TXN_WRITE_NOSYNC}<p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB will write, but will not
     *        synchronously flush, the log on transaction commit. This
     *        means that transactions exhibit the ACI (atomicity,
     *        consistency, and isolation) properties, but not D
     *        (durability); that is, database integrity will be
     *        maintained, but if the system fails, it is possible some
     *        number of the most recently committed transactions may
     *        be undone during recovery. The number of transactions at
     *        risk is governed by how often the system flushes dirty
     *        buffers to disk and how often the log is checkpointed.
     *        <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_TXN_WRITE_NOSYNC</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_TXN_WRITE_NOSYNC</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_TXN_WRITE_NOSYNC</code> flag may be used
     *        to configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of
     *        the application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_YIELDCPU
     *        Db.DB_YIELDCPU}<p>
     *
     *        If set, Berkeley DB will yield the processor immediately
     *        after each page or mutex acquisition. This functionality
     *        should never be used for purposes other than stress
     *        testing. <p>
     *
     *        Calling DbEnv.setFlags with the <code>Db.DB_YIELDCPU</code>
     *        flag only affects the specified {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle (and any other
     *        Berkeley DB handles opened within the scope of that
     *        handle). For consistent behavior across the environment,
     *        all {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handles opened
     *        in the environment must either set the <code>Db.DB_YIELDCPU</code>
     *        flag or the flag should be specified in the <b>DB_CONFIG
     *        </b> configuration file.</p> <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_YIELDCPU</code> flag may be used to
     *        configure Berkeley DB at any time during the life of the
     *        application.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  onoff                      If the <b>onoff</b>
     *      parameter is false, the specified flags are cleared;
     *      otherwise they are set.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setFlags method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
02280     public void setFlags(int flags, boolean onoff) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_flags(swigCPtr, flags, onoff);
    }


    public void setFeedbackHandler(DbEnvFeedbackHandler db_feedback_fcn) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_setFeedbackHandler(swigCPtr, (env_feedback_handler = db_feedback_fcn));
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setMemoryPoolMapSize(long)}
     */
02294     public void set_mp_mmapsize(long mp_mmapsize) throws DbException {
        setMemoryPoolMapSize(mp_mmapsize);
    }


    /**
     *  Files that are opened read-only in the pool (and that satisfy
     *  a few other criteria) are, by default, mapped into the process
     *  address space instead of being copied into the local cache.
     *  This can result in better-than-usual performance because
     *  available virtual memory is normally much larger than the
     *  local cache, and page faults are faster than page copying on
     *  many systems. However, it can cause resource starvation in the
     *  presence of limited virtual memory, and it can result in
     *  immense process sizes in the presence of large databases.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getMemoryPoolMapSize method sets the maximum file
     *  size, in bytes, for a file to be mapped into the process
     *  address space. If no value is specified, it defaults to 10MB.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's maximum mapped file size may also
     *  be set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The
     *  syntax of the entry in that file is a single line with the
     *  string "set_mp_mmapsize", one or more whitespace characters,
     *  and the size in bytes. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is
     *  read when the database environment is opened, it will silently
     *  overrule configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setMemoryPoolMapSize method configures operations
     *  performed using the specified {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv
     *  DbEnv} handle, not all operations performed on the underlying
     *  database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setMemoryPoolMapSize method may be called at any
     *  time during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @param  mp_mmapsize                the maximum file size, in
     *      bytes, for a file to be mapped into the process address
     *      space.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The
     *      DbEnv.setMemoryPoolMapSize method will fail and throw a
     *      IllegalArgumentException exception if the method was
     *      called after {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open
     *      DbEnv.open} was called; or if an invalid flag value or
     *      parameter was specified.
     */
02342     public void setMemoryPoolMapSize(long mp_mmapsize) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_mp_mmapsize(swigCPtr, mp_mmapsize);
    }


    public void setPanicHandler(DbPanicHandler db_panic_fcn) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_setPanicHandler(swigCPtr, (panic_handler = db_panic_fcn));
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setRpcServer(DbClient,String,long,long,int)}
     */
02356     public void set_rpc_server(DbClient client, String host, long cl_timeout, long sv_timeout, int flags) throws DbException {
        setRpcServer(client, host, cl_timeout, sv_timeout, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  Establishes a connection for this <b>dbenv</b> to a RPC
     *  server.</p> The DbEnv.setRpcServer method configures
     *  operations performed using the specified {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle, not all operations
     *  performed on the underlying database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setRpcServer method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. </p>
     *
     * @param  cl_timeout                 specifies the number of
     *      seconds the client should wait for results to come back
     *      from the server. Once the timeout has expired on any
     *      communication with the server, Db.DB_NOSERVER will be
     *      returned. If this value is zero, a default timeout is
     *      used.
     * @param  client                     reserved for future use. If
     *      it is not NULL, an exception is thrown.
     * @param  host                       the host to which the
     *      Berkeley DB server will connect and create a channel for
     *      communication.
     * @param  flags                      currently unused, and must
     *      be set to 0.
     * @param  sv_timeout                 specifies the number of
     *      seconds the server should allow a client connection to
     *      remain idle before assuming that the client is gone. Once
     *      that timeout has been reached, the server releases all
     *      resources associated with that client connection.
     *      Subsequent attempts by that client to communicate with the
     *      server result in Db.DB_NOSERVER_ID, indicating that an
     *      invalid identifier has been given to the server. This
     *      value can be considered a hint to the server. The server
     *      may alter this value based on its own policies or allowed
     *      values. If this value is zero, a default timeout is used.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setRpcServer
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if an invalid flag value or parameter was
     *      specified.
     */
02401     public void setRpcServer(DbClient client, String host, long cl_timeout, long sv_timeout, int flags) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_rpc_server(swigCPtr, client, host, cl_timeout, sv_timeout, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setSegmentId(long)}
     */
02410     public void set_shm_key(long shm_key) throws DbException {
        setSegmentId(shm_key);
    }


    /**
     *  Specify a base segment ID for Berkeley DB environment shared
     *  memory regions created in system memory on VxWorks or systems
     *  supporting X/Open-style shared memory interfaces; for example,
     *  UNIX systems supporting <b>shmget</b> (2) and related System V
     *  IPC interfaces.</p> <p>
     *
     *  This base segment ID will be used when Berkeley DB shared
     *  memory regions are first created. It will be incremented a
     *  small integer value each time a new shared memory region is
     *  created; that is, if the base ID is 35, the first shared
     *  memory region created will have a segment ID of 35, and the
     *  next one will have a segment ID between 36 and 40 or so. A
     *  Berkeley DB environment always creates a master shared memory
     *  region; an additional shared memory region for each of the
     *  subsystems supported by the environment (Locking, Logging,
     *  Memory Pool and Transaction); plus an additional shared memory
     *  region for each additional memory pool cache that is
     *  supported. Already existing regions with the same segment IDs
     *  will be removed. See <a href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/region.html">
     *  Shared Memory Regions</a> for more information.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The intent behind this method is two-fold: without it,
     *  applications have no way to ensure that two Berkeley DB
     *  applications don't attempt to use the same segment IDs when
     *  creating different Berkeley DB environments. In addition, by
     *  using the same segment IDs each time the environment is
     *  created, previously created segments will be removed, and the
     *  set of segments on the system will not grow without bound.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's base segment ID may also be set
     *  using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax of
     *  the entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_shm_key", one or more whitespace characters, and the ID.
     *  Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when the database
     *  environment is opened, it will silently overrule configuration
     *  done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setSegmentId method configures operations performed
     *  using the specified {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv}
     *  handle, not all operations performed on the underlying
     *  database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setSegmentId method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setSegmentId must be consistent
     *  with the existing environment or corruption can occur.</p>
     *
     * @param  shm_key                    the base segment ID for the
     *      database environment.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setSegmentId
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
02474     public void setSegmentId(long shm_key) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_shm_key(swigCPtr, shm_key);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setTestAndSetSpins(int)}
     */
02483     public void set_tas_spins(int tas_spins) throws DbException {
        setTestAndSetSpins(tas_spins);
    }


    /**
     *  Specify that test-and-set mutexes should spin <b>tas_spins</b>
     *  times without blocking. The value defaults to 1 on
     *  uniprocessor systems and to 50 times the number of processors
     *  on multiprocessor systems.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's test-and-set spin count may also be
     *  set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax
     *  of the entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_tas_spins", one or more whitespace characters, and the
     *  number of spins. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read
     *  when the database environment is opened, it will silently
     *  overrule configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTestAndSetSpins method configures operations
     *  performed using the specified {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv
     *  DbEnv} handle, not all operations performed on the underlying
     *  database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTestAndSetSpins method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @param  tas_spins                  the number of spins
     *      test-and-set mutexes should execute before blocking.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setTestAndSetSpins
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if an invalid flag value or parameter was
     *      specified.
     */
02517     public void setTestAndSetSpins(int tas_spins) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_tas_spins(swigCPtr, tas_spins);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setTimeout(long,int)}
     */
02526     public void set_timeout(long timeout, int flags) throws DbException {
        setTimeout(timeout, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.setTimeout method sets timeout values for locks or
     *  transactions in the database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Timeouts are checked whenever a thread of control blocks on a
     *  lock or when deadlock detection is performed. (In the case of
     *  Db.DB_SET_LOCK_TIMEOUT, the lock is one requested explicitly
     *  through the Lock subsystem interfaces. In the case of
     *  Db.DB_SET_TXN_TIMEOUT, the lock is one requested on behalf of
     *  a transaction. In either case, it may be a lock requested by
     *  the database access methods underlying the application.) As
     *  timeouts are only checked when the lock request first blocks
     *  or when deadlock detection is performed, the accuracy of the
     *  timeout depends on how often deadlock detection is performed.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  Timeout values specified for the database environment may be
     *  overridden on a per-lock or per-transaction basis. See {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#lockVector DbEnv.lockVector} and {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#setTimeout DbTxn.setTimeout} for more
     *  information.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTimeout method configures a database environment,
     *  not only operations performed using the specified {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTimeout method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set to one of the
     *      following values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_SET_LOCK_TIMEOUT
     *        Db.DB_SET_LOCK_TIMEOUT}<p>
     *
     *        Set the timeout value for locks in this database
     *        environment. <p>
     *
     *        The database environment's lock timeout value may also
     *        be set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file.
     *        The syntax of the entry in that file is a single line
     *        with the string "set_lock_timeout", one or more
     *        whitespace characters, and the lock timeout value.
     *        Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when the
     *        database environment is opened, it will silently
     *        overrule configuration done before that time.</p> </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_SET_TXN_TIMEOUT
     *        Db.DB_SET_TXN_TIMEOUT}<p>
     *
     *        Set the timeout value for transactions in this database
     *        environment. <p>
     *
     *        The database environment's transaction timeout value may
     *        also be set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b>
     *        file. The syntax of the entry in that file is a single
     *        line with the string "set_txn_timeout", one or more
     *        whitespace characters, and the transaction timeout
     *        value. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when
     *        the database environment is opened, it will silently
     *        overrule configuration done before that time.</p> </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  timeout                    the timeout value. It must
     *      be specified as an unsigned 32-bit number of microseconds,
     *      limiting the maximum timeout to roughly 71 minutes.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setTimeout method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
02605     public void setTimeout(long timeout, int flags) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_timeout(swigCPtr, timeout, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setTmpDir(String)}
     */
02614     public void set_tmp_dir(String dir) throws DbException {
        setTmpDir(dir);
    }


    /**
     *  Specify the path of a directory to be used as the location of
     *  temporary files. The files created to back in-memory access
     *  method databases will be created relative to this path. These
     *  temporary files can be quite large, depending on the size of
     *  the database.</p> <p>
     *
     *  If no directories are specified, the following alternatives
     *  are checked in the specified order. The first existing
     *  directory path is used for all temporary files.</p>
     *  <ol><p>
     *
     *
     *    <li> The value of the environment variable <b>TMPDIR</b> .
     *
     *    <li> The value of the environment variable <b>TEMP</b> .
     *
     *    <li> The value of the environment variable <b>TMP</b> .
     *    <li> The value of the environment variable <b>TempFolder</b>
     *    .
     *    <li> The value returned by the GetTempPath interface.
     *    <li> The directory <b>/var/tmp</b> .
     *    <li> The directory <b>/usr/tmp</b> .
     *    <li> The directory <b>/temp</b> .
     *    <li> The directory <b>/tmp</b> .
     *    <li> The directory <b>C:/temp</b> .
     *    <li> The directory <b>C:/tmp</b> .
     *  </ol>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  Note: environment variables are only checked if one of the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_USE_ENVIRON Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON}
     *  or {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_USE_ENVIRON_ROOT
     *  Db.DB_USE_ENVIRON_ROOT} flags were specified.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Note: the GetTempPath interface is only checked on Win/32
     *  platforms.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's temporary file directory may also
     *  be set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The
     *  syntax of the entry in that file is a single line with the
     *  string "set_tmp_dir", one or more whitespace characters, and
     *  the directory name. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read
     *  when the database environment is opened, it will silently
     *  overrule configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTmpDir method configures operations performed
     *  using the specified {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv}
     *  handle, not all operations performed on the underlying
     *  database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTmpDir method may not be called after the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is called. If
     *  the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setTmpDir must be consistent
     *  with the existing environment or corruption can occur.</p>
     *
     * @param  dir                        the directory to be used to
     *      store temporary files.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setTmpDir method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
02685     public void setTmpDir(String dir) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_tmp_dir(swigCPtr, dir);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setTxnMax(int)}
     */
02694     public void set_tx_max(int max) throws DbException {
        setTxnMax(max);
    }


    /**
     *  Configure the Berkeley DB database environment to support at
     *  least <b>max</b> active transactions. This value bounds the
     *  size of the memory allocated for transactions. Child
     *  transactions are counted as active until they either commit or
     *  abort.</p> <p>
     *
     *  When all of the memory available in the database environment
     *  for transactions is in use, calls to {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#txnBegin DbEnv.txnBegin} will fail
     *  (until some active transactions complete). If this interface
     *  is never called, the database environment is configured to
     *  support at least 20 active transactions.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's number of active transactions may
     *  also be set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The
     *  syntax of the entry in that file is a single line with the
     *  string "set_tx_max", one or more whitespace characters, and
     *  the number of transactions. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file
     *  is read when the database environment is opened, it will
     *  silently overrule configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTxnMax method configures a database environment,
     *  not only operations performed using the specified {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setTxnMax method may not be called after the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is called. If
     *  the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setTxnMax will be ignored. </p>
     *
     * @param  max                        The <b>max</b> parameter
     *      configures the minimum number of simultaneously active
     *      transactions supported by Berkeley DB database
     *      environment.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setTxnMax method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
02741     public void setTxnMax(int max) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_tx_max(swigCPtr, max);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setAppDispatch(DbAppDispatch)}
     */
02750     public void set_app_dispatch(DbAppDispatch tx_recover) throws DbException {
        setAppDispatch(tx_recover);
    }


    public void setAppDispatch(DbAppDispatch tx_recover) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_app_dispatch(swigCPtr, (app_dispatch_handler = tx_recover));
    }


    void set_tx_timestamp0(long timestamp) {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_tx_timestamp0(swigCPtr, timestamp);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setVerbose(int,boolean)}
     */
02769     public void set_verbose(int which, boolean onoff) throws DbException {
        setVerbose(which, onoff);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.setVerbose method turns specific additional
     *  informational and debugging messages in the Berkeley DB
     *  message output on and off. To see the additional messages,
     *  verbose messages must also be configured for the application.
     *  For more information on verbose messages, see the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#setErrorStream Db.setErrorStream} method.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's messages may also be set using the
     *  environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax of the entry
     *  in that file is a single line with the string "set_verbose",
     *  one or more whitespace characters, and the method <b>which</b>
     *  parameter as a string; for example, "set_verbose
     *  DB_VERB_CHKPOINT". Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read
     *  when the database environment is opened, it will silently
     *  overrule configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setVerbose method configures operations performed
     *  using the specified {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv}
     *  handle, not all operations performed on the underlying
     *  database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setVerbose method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @param  onoff                      If the <b>onoff</b>
     *      parameter is set to true, the additional messages are
     *      output.
     * @param  which                      must be set to one of the
     *      following values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_VERB_CHKPOINT
     *        Db.DB_VERB_CHKPOINT}<p>
     *
     *        Display checkpoint location information when searching
     *        the log for checkpoints. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_VERB_DEADLOCK
     *        Db.DB_VERB_DEADLOCK}<p>
     *
     *        Display additional information when doing deadlock
     *        detection. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_VERB_RECOVERY
     *        Db.DB_VERB_RECOVERY}<p>
     *
     *        Display additional information when performing recovery.
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_VERB_REPLICATION
     *        Db.DB_VERB_REPLICATION}<p>
     *
     *        Display additional information when processing
     *        replication messages. <p>
     *
     *        Note, to get complete replication logging when debugging
     *        replication applications, you must also configure and
     *        build the Berkeley DB library with the <a
     *        href="{@docRoot}/../ref/build_unix/conf.html">
     *        --enable-diagnostic</a> configuration option as well as
     *        call the DbEnv.setVerbose method.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_VERB_WAITSFOR
     *        Db.DB_VERB_WAITSFOR}<p>
     *
     *        Display the waits-for table when doing deadlock
     *        detection. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setVerbose method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
02856     public void setVerbose(int which, boolean onoff) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_verbose(swigCPtr, which, onoff);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getLockConflicts()}
     */
02865     public byte[][] get_lk_conflicts() throws DbException {
        return getLockConflicts();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getLockConflicts method returns the conflicts array.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getLockConflicts method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getLockConflicts method returns
     *      the conflicts array.</p>
     */
02882     public byte[][] getLockConflicts() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_lk_conflicts(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getLockDetect()}
     */
02891     public int get_lk_detect() throws DbException {
        return getLockDetect();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getLockDetect method returns the deadlock detector
     *  configuration.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getLockDetect method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getLockDetect method returns
     *      the deadlock detector configuration.</p>
     */
02908     public int getLockDetect() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_lk_detect(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getLockMaxLocks()}
     */
02917     public int get_lk_max_locks() throws DbException {
        return getLockMaxLocks();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.setLockMaxLocks method returns the maximum number of
     *  locks.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockMaxLocks method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.setLockMaxLocks method returns
     *      the maximum number of locks.</p>
     */
02934     public int getLockMaxLocks() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_lk_max_locks(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getLockMaxLockers()}
     */
02943     public int get_lk_max_lockers() throws DbException {
        return getLockMaxLockers();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getLockMaxLockers method returns the maximum number
     *  of lockers.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getLockMaxLockers method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getLockMaxLockers method
     *      returns the maximum number of lockers.</p>
     */
02960     public int getLockMaxLockers() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_lk_max_lockers(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getLockMaxObjects()}
     */
02969     public int get_lk_max_objects() throws DbException {
        return getLockMaxObjects();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getLockMaxObjects method returns the maximum number
     *  of locked objects.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getLockMaxObjects method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getLockMaxObjects method
     *      returns the maximum number of locked objects.</p>
     */
02986     public int getLockMaxObjects() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_lk_max_objects(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #lockDetect(int,int)}
     */
02995     public int lock_detect(int flags, int atype) throws DbException {
        return lockDetect(flags, atype);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.lockDetect method runs one iteration of the deadlock
     *  detector. The deadlock detector traverses the lock table and
     *  marks one of the participating lock requesters for rejection
     *  in each deadlock it finds.</p>
     *
     * @param  atype                      specifies which lock
     *      request(s) to reject. It must be set to one of the
     *      following list:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_DEFAULT
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_DEFAULT}<p>
     *
     *        Use whatever lock policy was specified when the database
     *        environment was created. If no lock policy has yet been
     *        specified, set the lock policy to <code>Db.DB_LOCK_RANDOM</code>
     *        . </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_EXPIRE
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_EXPIRE}<p>
     *
     *        Reject lock requests which have timed out. No other
     *        deadlock detection is performed. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_MAXLOCKS
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_MAXLOCKS}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the locker ID with the
     *        greatest number of locks. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_MINLOCKS
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_MINLOCKS}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the locker ID with the
     *        fewest number of locks. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_MINWRITE
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_MINWRITE}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the locker ID with the
     *        fewest number of write locks. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_OLDEST
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_OLDEST}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the oldest locker ID. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_RANDOM
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_RANDOM}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for a random locker ID. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_YOUNGEST
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_YOUNGEST}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the youngest locker ID.
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  flags                      currently unused, and must
     *      be set to 0.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.lockDetect method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @return                            The DbEnv.lockDetect method
     *      returns the number of lock requests that were rejected.
     *      </p>
     */
03084     public int lockDetect(int flags, int atype) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_lock_detect(swigCPtr, flags, atype);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #lockGet(int,int,Dbt,int)}
     */
03093     public DbLock lock_get(int locker, int flags, Dbt object, int lock_mode) throws DbException {
        return lockGet(locker, flags, object, lock_mode);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.lockGet method acquires a lock from the lock table,
     *  returning information about it in a DbLock object.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                       must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_NOWAIT
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_NOWAIT}<p>
     *
     *        If a lock cannot be granted because the requested lock
     *        conflicts with an existing lock, throw a {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbLockNotGrantedException
     *        DbLockNotGrantedException} immediately instead of
     *        waiting for the lock to become available. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  lock_mode                   used as an index into the
     *      environment's lock conflict matrix. When using the default
     *      lock conflict matrix, <b>lock_mode</b> must be set to one
     *      of the following values: read (shared) write (exclusive)
     *      intention to write (shared) intention to read (shared)
     *      intention to read and write (shared) <p>
     *
     *      See {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setLockConflicts
     *      DbEnv.setLockConflicts} and <a
     *      href="{@docRoot}/../ref/lock/stdmode.html">Standard Lock
     *      Modes</a> for more information on the lock conflict
     *      matrix.</p>
     * @param  locker                      an unsigned 32-bit integer
     *      quantity. It represents the entity requesting the lock.
     * @param  object                      an untyped byte string that
     *      specifies the object to be locked. Applications using the
     *      locking subsystem directly while also doing locking via
     *      the Berkeley DB access methods must take care not to
     *      inadvertently lock objects that happen to be equal to the
     *      unique file IDs used to lock files. See <a
     *      href="{@docRoot}/../ref/lock/am_conv.html">Access method
     *      locking conventions</a> for more information.
     * @throws  DbDeadlockException        If a transactional database
     *      environment operation was selected to resolve a deadlock,
     *      the DbEnv.lockGet method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbDeadlockException DbDeadlockException}
     *      exception.
     * @throws  DbLockNotGrantedException  If a Berkeley DB Concurrent
     *      Data Store database environment configured for lock
     *      timeouts was unable to grant a lock in the allowed time,
     *      the DbEnv.lockGet method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbLockNotGrantedException
     *      DbLockNotGrantedException} exception.
     * @throws  DbLockNotGrantedException  If the {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_NOWAIT Db.DB_LOCK_NOWAIT} flag
     *      or lock timers were configured and the lock could not be
     *      granted before the wait-time expired, the DbEnv.lockGet
     *      method will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbLockNotGrantedException
     *      DbLockNotGrantedException} exception.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException   The DbEnv.lockGet method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @throws  DbMemoryException          If the maximum number of
     *      locks has been reached, the DbEnv.lockGet method will fail
     *      and throw a {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbMemoryException
     *      DbMemoryException} exception.
     * @return                             The DbEnv.lockGet method
     *      throws an exception that encapsulates a non-zero error
     *      value on failure. </p>
     */
03166     public DbLock lockGet(int locker, int flags, Dbt object, int lock_mode) throws DbException {
        long cPtr = db_javaJNI.DbEnv_lock_get(swigCPtr, locker, flags, object, lock_mode);
        return (cPtr == 0) ? null : new DbLock(cPtr, true);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #lockId()}
     */
03176     public int lock_id() throws DbException {
        return lockId();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.lockId method returns a locker ID, which is
     *  guaranteed to be unique in the specified lock table.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#lockIdFree DbEnv.lockIdFree}
     *  method should be called to return the locker ID to the
     *  Berkeley DB library when it is no longer needed.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.lockId method returns a locker
     *      ID which is guaranteed to be unique in the specified lock
     *      table.</p>
     */
03195     public int lockId() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_lock_id(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #lockIdFree(int)}
     */
03204     public void lock_id_free(int id) throws DbException {
        lockIdFree(id);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.lockIdFree method frees a locker ID allocated by the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#lockId DbEnv.lockId} method.</p>
     *
     * @param  id                         the locker id to be freed.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.lockIdFree method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if the locker ID is invalid or locks are still held by
     *      this locker ID; or if an invalid flag value or parameter
     *      was specified.
     */
03220     public void lockIdFree(int id) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_lock_id_free(swigCPtr, id);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #lockPut(DbLock)}
     */
03229     public void lock_put(DbLock lock) throws DbException {
        lockPut(lock);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.lockPut method releases <b>lock</b> .</p>
     *
     * @param  lock                       the lock to be released.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.lockPut method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
03242     public void lockPut(DbLock lock) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_lock_put(swigCPtr, DbLock.getCPtr(lock));
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #lockStat(int)}
     */
03251     public DbLockStat lock_stat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return lockStat(flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.lockStat method returns the locking subsystem
     *  statistics.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.lockStat method creates a DbLockStat object
     *  encapsulating the locking subsystem statistics. The following
     *  data fields are available from the DbLockStat object:</p> For
     *  convenience, the DbLockStat class has a toString method that
     *  lists all the data fields.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_STAT_CLEAR
     *        Db.DB_STAT_CLEAR}<p>
     *
     *        Reset statistics after returning their values. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.lockStat method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @return                            The DbEnv.lockStat method
     *      throws an exception that encapsulates a non-zero error
     *      value on failure. </p>
     */
03283     public DbLockStat lockStat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_lock_stat(swigCPtr, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setLockConflicts(byte[][])}
     */
03292     public void set_lk_conflicts(byte[][] conflicts) throws DbException {
        setLockConflicts(conflicts);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the locking conflicts matrix.</p> <p>
     *
     *  If DbEnv.setLockConflicts is never called, a standard
     *  conflicts array is used; see <a href="{@docRoot}/../ref/lock/stdmode.html">
     *  Standard Lock Modes</a> for more information.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockConflicts method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockConflicts method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setLockConflicts will be
     *  ignored. </p>
     *
     * @param  conflicts                  the new locking conflicts
     *      matrix. A non-0 value for the array element indicates that
     *      requested_mode and held_mode conflict: <blockquote><pre>conflicts[requested_mode][held_mode]</pre>
     *      </blockquote> <p>
     *
     *      The <i>not-granted</i> mode must be represented by 0.</p>
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setLockConflicts
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @throws  DbMemoryException         If the conflicts array could
     *      not be copied, the DbEnv.setLockConflicts method will fail
     *      and throw a {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbMemoryException
     *      DbMemoryException} exception.
     */
03331     public void setLockConflicts(byte[][] conflicts) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_lk_conflicts(swigCPtr, conflicts);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setLockDetect(int)}
     */
03340     public void set_lk_detect(int detect) throws DbException {
        setLockDetect(detect);
    }


    /**
     *  Set if the deadlock detector is to be run whenever a lock
     *  conflict occurs, and specify what lock request(s) should be
     *  rejected. As transactions acquire locks on behalf of a single
     *  locker ID, rejecting a lock request associated with a
     *  transaction normally requires the transaction be aborted.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's deadlock detector configuration may
     *  also be set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The
     *  syntax of the entry in that file is a single line with the
     *  string "set_lk_detect", one or more whitespace characters, and
     *  the method <b>detect</b> parameter as a string; for example,
     *  "set_lk_detect DB_LOCK_OLDEST". Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b>
     *  file is read when the database environment is opened, it will
     *  silently overrule configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockDetect method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockDetect method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setLockDetect must be
     *  consistent with the existing environment or an error will be
     *  returned. </p>
     *
     * @param  detect                     The <b>detect</b> parameter
     *      configures the deadlock detector. The specified value must
     *      be one of the following list:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_DEFAULT
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_DEFAULT}<p>
     *
     *        Use whatever lock policy was specified when the database
     *        environment was created. If no lock policy has yet been
     *        specified, set the lock policy to <code>Db.DB_LOCK_RANDOM</code>
     *        . </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_EXPIRE
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_EXPIRE}<p>
     *
     *        Reject lock requests which have timed out. No other
     *        deadlock detection is performed. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_MAXLOCKS
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_MAXLOCKS}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the locker ID with the
     *        greatest number of locks. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_MINLOCKS
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_MINLOCKS}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the locker ID with the
     *        fewest number of locks. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_MINWRITE
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_MINWRITE}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the locker ID with the
     *        fewest number of write locks. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_OLDEST
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_OLDEST}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the oldest locker ID. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_RANDOM
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_RANDOM}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for a random locker ID. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_LOCK_YOUNGEST
     *        Db.DB_LOCK_YOUNGEST}<p>
     *
     *        Reject the lock request for the youngest locker ID.
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setLockDetect
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
03449     public void setLockDetect(int detect) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_lk_detect(swigCPtr, detect);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setLockMaxLockers(int)}
     */
03458     public void set_lk_max_lockers(int max) throws DbException {
        setLockMaxLockers(max);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the maximum number of locking entities supported by the
     *  Berkeley DB environment. This value is used by {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} to estimate how much
     *  space to allocate for various lock-table data structures. The
     *  default value is 1000 lockers. For specific information on
     *  configuring the size of the lock subsystem, see <a
     *  href="{@docRoot}/../ref/lock/max.html">Configuring locking:
     *  sizing the system</a> .</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's maximum number of lockers may also
     *  be set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The
     *  syntax of the entry in that file is a single line with the
     *  string "set_lk_max_lockers", one or more whitespace
     *  characters, and the number of lockers. Because the <b>
     *  DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when the database environment is
     *  opened, it will silently overrule configuration done before
     *  that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockMaxLockers method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockMaxLockers method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setLockMaxLockers will be
     *  ignored. </p>
     *
     * @param  max                        the maximum number
     *      simultaneous locking entities supported by the Berkeley DB
     *      environment.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setLockMaxLockers
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
03502     public void setLockMaxLockers(int max) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_lk_max_lockers(swigCPtr, max);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setLockMaxLocks(int)}
     */
03511     public void set_lk_max_locks(int max) throws DbException {
        setLockMaxLocks(max);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the maximum number of locks supported by the Berkeley DB
     *  environment. This value is used by {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} to estimate how much
     *  space to allocate for various lock-table data structures. The
     *  default value is 1000 locks. For specific information on
     *  configuring the size of the lock subsystem, see <a
     *  href="{@docRoot}/../ref/lock/max.html">Configuring locking:
     *  sizing the system</a> .</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's maximum number of locks may also be
     *  set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax
     *  of the entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_lk_max_locks", one or more whitespace characters, and the
     *  number of locks. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read
     *  when the database environment is opened, it will silently
     *  overrule configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockMaxLocks method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockMaxLocks method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setLockMaxLocks will be
     *  ignored. </p>
     *
     * @param  max                        the maximum number of locks
     *      supported by the Berkeley DB environment.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setLockMaxLocks
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
03553     public void setLockMaxLocks(int max) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_lk_max_locks(swigCPtr, max);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setLockMaxObjects(int)}
     */
03562     public void set_lk_max_objects(int max) throws DbException {
        setLockMaxObjects(max);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the maximum number of locked objects supported by the
     *  Berkeley DB environment. This value is used by {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} to estimate how much
     *  space to allocate for various lock-table data structures. The
     *  default value is 1000 objects. For specific information on
     *  configuring the size of the lock subsystem, see <a
     *  href="{@docRoot}/../ref/lock/max.html">Configuring locking:
     *  sizing the system</a> .</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's maximum number of objects may also
     *  be set using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The
     *  syntax of the entry in that file is a single line with the
     *  string "set_lk_max_objects", one or more whitespace
     *  characters, and the number of objects. Because the <b>
     *  DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when the database environment is
     *  opened, it will silently overrule configuration done before
     *  that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockMaxObjects method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLockMaxObjects method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setLockMaxObjects will be
     *  ignored. </p>
     *
     * @param  max                        the maximum number of locked
     *      objects supported by the Berkeley DB environment.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setLockMaxObjects
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
03605     public void setLockMaxObjects(int max) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_lk_max_objects(swigCPtr, max);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getLogBufferSize()}
     */
03614     public int get_lg_bsize() throws DbException {
        return getLogBufferSize();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getLogBufferSize method returns the size of the log
     *  buffer, in bytes.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getLogBufferSize method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getLogBufferSize method returns
     *      the size of the log buffer, in bytes.</p>
     */
03631     public int getLogBufferSize() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_lg_bsize(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getLogDir()}
     */
03640     public String get_lg_dir() throws DbException {
        return getLogDir();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getLogDir method returns the log directory.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getLogDir method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getLogDir method returns the
     *      log directory.</p>
     */
03656     public String getLogDir() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_lg_dir(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getLogMax()}
     */
03665     public int get_lg_max() throws DbException {
        return getLogMax();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getLogMax method returns the maximum log file size.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getLogMax method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getLogMax method returns the
     *      maximum log file size.</p>
     */
03682     public int getLogMax() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_lg_max(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getLogRegionMax()}
     */
03691     public int get_lg_regionmax() throws DbException {
        return getLogRegionMax();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getLogRegionMax method returns the size of the
     *  underlying logging subsystem region.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getLogRegionMax method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getLogRegionMax method returns
     *      the size of the underlying logging subsystem region.</p>
     */
03708     public int getLogRegionMax() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_lg_regionmax(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #logArchive(int)}
     */
03717     public String[] log_archive(int flags) throws DbException {
        return logArchive(flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.logArchive method returns an array of log or
     *  database filenames.</p> <p>
     *
     *  By default, DbEnv.logArchive returns the names of all of the
     *  log files that are no longer in use (for example, that are no
     *  longer involved in active transactions), and that may safely
     *  be archived for catastrophic recovery and then removed from
     *  the system. If there are no filenames to return,
     *  DbEnv.logArchive returns null.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Log cursor handles (returned by the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#logCursor DbEnv.logCursor} method) may
     *  have open file descriptors for log files in the database
     *  environment. Also, the Berkeley DB interfaces to the database
     *  environment logging subsystem (for example, {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#logPut DbEnv.logPut} and {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#abort DbTxn.abort}) may allocate log
     *  cursors and have open file descriptors for log files as well.
     *  On operating systems where filesystem related system calls
     *  (for example, rename and unlink on Windows/NT) can fail if a
     *  process has an open file descriptor for the affected file,
     *  attempting to move or remove the log files listed by
     *  DbEnv.logArchive may fail. All Berkeley DB internal use of log
     *  cursors operates on active log files only and furthermore, is
     *  short-lived in nature. So, an application seeing such a
     *  failure should be restructured to close any open log cursors
     *  it may have, and otherwise to retry the operation until it
     *  succeeds. (Although the latter is not likely to be necessary;
     *  it is hard to imagine a reason to move or rename a log file in
     *  which transactions are being logged or aborted.)</p> <p>
     *
     *  See <a href="{@docRoot}/../utility/db_archive.html">db_archive
     *  </a> for more information on database archival procedures.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set to 0 or by
     *      bitwise inclusively <b>OR</b> 'ing together one or more of
     *      the following values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_ARCH_ABS
     *        Db.DB_ARCH_ABS}<p>
     *
     *        All pathnames are returned as absolute pathnames,
     *        instead of relative to the database home directory.
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_ARCH_DATA
     *        Db.DB_ARCH_DATA}<p>
     *
     *        Return the database files that need to be archived in
     *        order to recover the database from catastrophic failure.
     *        If any of the database files have not been accessed
     *        during the lifetime of the current log files,
     *        DbEnv.logArchive will not include them in this list. It
     *        is also possible that some of the files referred to by
     *        the log have since been deleted from the system. <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_ARCH_DATA</code> and <code>Db.DB_ARCH_LOG</code>
     *        flags are mutually exclusive.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_ARCH_LOG
     *        Db.DB_ARCH_LOG}<p>
     *
     *        Return all the log filenames, regardless of whether or
     *        not they are in use. <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_ARCH_DATA</code> and <code>Db.DB_ARCH_LOG</code>
     *        flags are mutually exclusive.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_ARCH_REMOVE
     *        Db.DB_ARCH_REMOVE}<p>
     *
     *        Remove log files that are no longer needed; no filenames
     *        are returned. Automatic log file removal is likely to
     *        make catastrophic recovery impossible. <p>
     *
     *        The <code>Db.DB_ARCH_REMOVE</code> flag may not be
     *        specified with any other flag.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.logArchive method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @return                            The DbEnv.logArchive method
     *      throws an exception that encapsulates a non-zero error
     *      value on failure. </p>
     */
03815     public String[] logArchive(int flags) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_log_archive(swigCPtr, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #logCompare(DbLsn,DbLsn)}
     */
03824     public static int log_compare(DbLsn lsn0, DbLsn lsn1) {
        return logCompare(lsn0, lsn1);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.logCompare method allows the caller to compare two
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn} objects, returning 0 if
     *  they are equal, 1 if <b>lsn0</b> is greater than <b>lsn1</b> ,
     *  and -1 if <b>lsn0</b> is less than <b>lsn1</b> .</p>
     *
     * @param  lsn0  one of the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn}
     *      objects to be compared.
     * @param  lsn1  one of the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn}
     *      objects to be compared.
     * @return       The DbEnv.logCompare method returns 0 if the
     *      {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn} object parameters are
     *      equal, 1 if <b>lsn0</b> is greater than <b>lsn1</b> , and
     *      -1 if <b>lsn0</b> is less than <b>lsn1</b> .</p>
     */
03844     public static int logCompare(DbLsn lsn0, DbLsn lsn1) {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_log_compare(DbLsn.getCPtr(lsn0), DbLsn.getCPtr(lsn1));
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #logCursor(int)}
     */
03853     public DbLogc log_cursor(int flags) throws DbException {
        return logCursor(flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.logCursor method returns a created log cursor.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      currently unused, and must
     *      be set to 0.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.logCursor method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @return                            The DbEnv.logCursor method
     *      throws an exception that encapsulates a non-zero error
     *      value on failure. </p>
     */
03870     public DbLogc logCursor(int flags) throws DbException {
        long cPtr = db_javaJNI.DbEnv_log_cursor(swigCPtr, flags);
        return (cPtr == 0) ? null : new DbLogc(cPtr, true);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #logFile(DbLsn)}
     */
03880     public String log_file(DbLsn lsn) throws DbException {
        return logFile(lsn);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.logFile method maps {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn
     *  DbLsn} objects to filenames, returning the name of the file
     *  containing the record named by <b>lsn</b> .</p> <p>
     *
     *  This mapping of {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn} objects
     *  to files is needed for database administration. For example, a
     *  transaction manager typically records the earliest {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn} needed for restart, and the
     *  database administrator may want to archive log files to tape
     *  when they contain only {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn}
     *  entries before the earliest one needed for restart.</p>
     *
     * @param  lsn                 the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn
     *      DbLsn} object for which a filename is wanted.
     * @throws  DbMemoryException  If the supplied buffer was too
     *      small to hold the log filename, the DbEnv.logFile method
     *      will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbMemoryException DbMemoryException}
     *      exception.
     * @return                     The DbEnv.logFile method throws an
     *      exception that encapsulates a non-zero error value on
     *      failure. </p>
     */
03909     public String logFile(DbLsn lsn) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_log_file(swigCPtr, DbLsn.getCPtr(lsn));
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #logFlush(DbLsn)}
     */
03918     public void log_flush(DbLsn lsn) throws DbException {
        logFlush(lsn);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.logFlush method writes log records to disk.</p>
     *
     * @param  lsn                        All log records with {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn} values less than or equal to
     *      the <b>lsn</b> parameter are written to disk. If <b>lsn
     *      </b> is null, all records in the log are flushed.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.logFlush method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
03934     public void logFlush(DbLsn lsn) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_log_flush(swigCPtr, DbLsn.getCPtr(lsn));
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #logPut(DbLsn,Dbt,int)}
     */
03943     public void log_put(DbLsn lsn, Dbt data, int flags) throws DbException {
        logPut(lsn, data, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.logPut method appends records to the log. The {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn} of the put record is returned in
     *  the <b>lsn</b> parameter.</p>
     *
     * @param  data                       the record to write to the
     *      log. <p>
     *
     *      The caller is responsible for providing any necessary
     *      structure to <b>data</b> . (For example, in a write-ahead
     *      logging protocol, the application must understand what
     *      part of <b>data</b> is an operation code, what part is
     *      redo information, and what part is undo information. In
     *      addition, most transaction managers will store in <b>data
     *      </b> the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn} of the
     *      previous log record for the same transaction, to support
     *      chaining back through the transaction's log records during
     *      undo.)</p>
     * @param  flags                      must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_FLUSH Db.DB_FLUSH}<p>
     *
     *        The log is forced to disk after this record is written,
     *        guaranteeing that all records with {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn} values less than or equal
     *        to the one being "put" are on disk before DbEnv.logPut
     *        returns. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  lsn                        references memory into which
     *      the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn} of the put record
     *      is copied.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#logFlush DbEnv.logFlush} method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if the record to be logged is larger than the maximum log
     *      record; or if an invalid flag value or parameter was
     *      specified.
     */
03988     public void logPut(DbLsn lsn, Dbt data, int flags) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_log_put(swigCPtr, DbLsn.getCPtr(lsn), data, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #logStat(int)}
     */
03997     public DbLogStat log_stat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return logStat(flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.logStat method returns the logging subsystem
     *  statistics.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.logStat method creates a DbLogStat object
     *  encapsulating the logging subsystem statistics. The following
     *  data fields are available from the DbLogStat object:</p> For
     *  convenience, the DbLogStat class has a toString method that
     *  lists all the data fields.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_STAT_CLEAR
     *        Db.DB_STAT_CLEAR}<p>
     *
     *        Reset statistics after returning their values. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.logStat method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @return                            The DbEnv.logStat method
     *      throws an exception that encapsulates a non-zero error
     *      value on failure. </p>
     */
04029     public DbLogStat logStat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_log_stat(swigCPtr, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setLogBufferSize(int)}
     */
04038     public void set_lg_bsize(int lg_bsize) throws DbException {
        setLogBufferSize(lg_bsize);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the size of the in-memory log buffer, in bytes. By
     *  default, or if the value is set to 0, a size of 32K is used.
     *  The size of the log file (see {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setLogMax DbEnv.setLogMax}) must be at
     *  least four times the size of the in-memory log buffer.</p> <p>
     *
     *  Log information is stored in-memory until the storage space
     *  fills up or transaction commit forces the information to be
     *  flushed to stable storage. In the presence of long-running
     *  transactions or transactions producing large amounts of data,
     *  larger buffer sizes can increase throughput.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's log buffer size may also be set
     *  using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax of
     *  the entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_lg_bsize", one or more whitespace characters, and the
     *  size in bytes. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when
     *  the database environment is opened, it will silently overrule
     *  configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLogBufferSize method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLogBufferSize method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setLogBufferSize will be
     *  ignored. </p>
     *
     * @param  lg_bsize                   the size of the in-memory
     *      log buffer, in bytes.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setLogBufferSize
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; The
     *      size of the log file is less than four times the size of
     *      the in-memory log buffer; or if an invalid flag value or
     *      parameter was specified.
     */
04085     public void setLogBufferSize(int lg_bsize) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_lg_bsize(swigCPtr, lg_bsize);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setLogDir(String)}
     */
04094     public void set_lg_dir(String dir) throws DbException {
        setLogDir(dir);
    }


    /**
     *  The path of a directory to be used as the location of logging
     *  files. Log files created by the Log Manager subsystem will be
     *  created in this directory.</p> <p>
     *
     *  If no logging directory is specified, log files are created in
     *  the environment home directory. See <a
     *  href="{@docRoot}/../ref/env/naming.html">Berkeley DB File
     *  Naming</a> for more information.</p> <p>
     *
     *  For the greatest degree of recoverability from system or
     *  application failure, database files and log files should be
     *  located on separate physical devices.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's logging directory may also be set
     *  using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax of
     *  the entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_lg_dir", one or more whitespace characters, and the
     *  directory name. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when
     *  the database environment is opened, it will silently overrule
     *  configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLogDir method configures operations performed
     *  using the specified {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv}
     *  handle, not all operations performed on the underlying
     *  database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLogDir method may not be called after the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is called. If
     *  the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setLogDir must be consistent
     *  with the existing environment or corruption can occur.</p>
     *
     * @param  dir                        the directory used to store
     *      the logging files.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setLogDir method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
04141     public void setLogDir(String dir) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_lg_dir(swigCPtr, dir);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setLogMax(int)}
     */
04150     public void set_lg_max(int lg_max) throws DbException {
        setLogMax(lg_max);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the maximum size of a single file in the log, in bytes. By
     *  default, or if the <b>lg_max</b> parameter is set to 0, a size
     *  of 10MB is used. Because {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbLsn DbLsn}
     *  file offsets are unsigned four-byte values, the set value may
     *  not be larger than the maximum unsigned four-byte value. The
     *  size of the log file must be at least four times the size of
     *  the in-memory log buffer (see {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setLogBufferSize
     *  DbEnv.setLogBufferSize}).</p> <p>
     *
     *  See <a href="{@docRoot}/../ref/log/limits.html">Log File
     *  Limits</a> for more information.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's log file size may also be set using
     *  the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax of the
     *  entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_lg_max", one or more whitespace characters, and the size
     *  in bytes. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when the
     *  database environment is opened, it will silently overrule
     *  configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLogMax method configures a database environment,
     *  not only operations performed using the specified {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLogMax method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p> If no size is specified by
     *  the application, the size last specified for the database
     *  region will be used, or if no database region previously
     *  existed, the default will be used.
     *
     * @param  lg_max                     the size of a single log
     *      file, in bytes.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setLogMax method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; the
     *      size of the log file is less than four times the size of
     *      the in-memory log buffer; The specified log file size was
     *      too large; or if an invalid flag value or parameter was
     *      specified.
     */
04198     public void setLogMax(int lg_max) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_lg_max(swigCPtr, lg_max);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setLogRegionMax(int)}
     */
04207     public void set_lg_regionmax(int lg_regionmax) throws DbException {
        setLogRegionMax(lg_regionmax);
    }


    /**
     *  Set the size of the underlying logging area of the Berkeley DB
     *  environment, in bytes. By default, or if the value is set to
     *  0, the default size is 60KB. The log region is used to store
     *  filenames, and so may need to be increased in size if a large
     *  number of files will be opened and registered with the
     *  specified Berkeley DB environment's log manager.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The database environment's log region size may also be set
     *  using the environment's <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file. The syntax of
     *  the entry in that file is a single line with the string
     *  "set_lg_regionmax", one or more whitespace characters, and the
     *  size in bytes. Because the <b>DB_CONFIG</b> file is read when
     *  the database environment is opened, it will silently overrule
     *  configuration done before that time.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLogRegionMax method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setLogRegionMax method may not be called after the
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method is
     *  called. If the database environment already exists when {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} is called, the
     *  information specified to DbEnv.setLogRegionMax will be
     *  ignored. </p>
     *
     * @param  lg_regionmax               the size of the logging area
     *      in the Berkeley DB environment, in bytes.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.setLogRegionMax
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the method was called after {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} was called; or if
     *      an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     */
04247     public void setLogRegionMax(int lg_regionmax) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_lg_regionmax(swigCPtr, lg_regionmax);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getCacheSize()}
     */
04256     public long get_cachesize() throws DbException {
        return getCacheSize();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getCacheSize method returns the size of the cache.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getCacheSize method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getCacheSize method returns the
     *      size of the cache.</p>
     */
04273     public long getCacheSize() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_cachesize(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getCacheSizeNcache()}
     */
04282     public int get_cachesize_ncache() throws DbException {
        return getCacheSizeNcache();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getCacheSizeNcache method returns the number of
     *  caches.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getCacheSizeNcache method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getCacheSizeNcache method
     *      returns the number of caches.</p>
     */
04299     public int getCacheSizeNcache() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_cachesize_ncache(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getMemoryPoolMapSize()}
     */
04308     public long get_mp_mmapsize() throws DbException {
        return getMemoryPoolMapSize();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getMemoryPoolMapSize method returns the maximum file
     *  map size.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getMemoryPoolMapSize method may be called at any
     *  time during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getMemoryPoolMapSize method
     *      returns the maximum file map size.</p>
     */
04325     public long getMemoryPoolMapSize() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_mp_mmapsize(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #memoryPoolStat(int)}
     */
04334     public DbMpoolStat memp_stat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return memoryPoolStat(flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.memoryPoolStat method returns the memory pool (that
     *  is, the buffer cache) subsystem statistics.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.memoryPoolStat method creates a DbMpoolStat object
     *  encapsulating memory pool (that is, the buffer cache)
     *  statistics. The following data fields are available from the
     *  DbMpoolStat object:</p> For convenience, the DbMpoolStat class
     *  has a toString method that lists all the data fields.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags         must be set to 0 or the following value:
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_STAT_CLEAR
     *        Db.DB_STAT_CLEAR}<p>
     *
     *        Reset statistics after returning their values. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.memoryPoolStat method throws an
     *      exception that encapsulates a non-zero error value on
     *      failure. </p>
     */
04365     public DbMpoolStat memoryPoolStat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_memp_stat(swigCPtr, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #memoryPoolFileStat(int)}
     */
04374     public DbMpoolFStat[] memp_fstat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return memoryPoolFileStat(flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.memoryPoolFileStat method creates an array of
     *  DbMpoolFStat objects containing statistics for individual
     *  files in the cache. Each DbMpoolFStat object contains
     *  statistics for an individual DbMpoolFile. The following data
     *  fields are available for each DbMpoolFStat object:</p> For
     *  convenience, the DbMpoolFStat class has a toString method that
     *  lists all the data fields.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_STAT_CLEAR
     *        Db.DB_STAT_CLEAR}<p>
     *
     *        Reset statistics after returning their values. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.memoryPoolStat
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if an invalid flag value or parameter was
     *      specified.
     * @return                            The DbEnv.memoryPoolFileStat
     *      method throws an exception that encapsulates a non-zero
     *      error value on failure. </p>
     */
04406     public DbMpoolFStat[] memoryPoolFileStat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_memp_fstat(swigCPtr, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #memoryPoolTrickle(int)}
     */
04415     public int memp_trickle(int percent) throws DbException {
        return memoryPoolTrickle(percent);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.memoryPoolTrickle method ensures that a specified
     *  percent of the pages in the shared memory pool are clean, by
     *  writing dirty pages to their backing files.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The purpose of the DbEnv.memoryPoolTrickle function is to
     *  enable a memory pool manager to ensure that a page is always
     *  available for reading in new information without having to
     *  wait for a write.</p>
     *
     * @param  nwrotep                    references memory into which
     *      the number of pages written to reach the specified
     *      percentage is copied.
     * @param  percent                    the percent of the pages in
     *      the cache that should be clean.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.memoryPoolTrickle
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if an invalid flag value or parameter was
     *      specified.
     * @return                            The DbEnv.memoryPoolTrickle
     *      method returns the number of pages that were written to
     *      reach the specified percentage.
     */
04443     public int memoryPoolTrickle(int percent) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_memp_trickle(swigCPtr, percent);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getTxnMax()}
     */
04452     public int get_tx_max() throws DbException {
        return getTxnMax();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getTxnMax method returns the number of active
     *  transactions.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getTxnMax method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getTxnMax method returns the
     *      number of active transactions.</p>
     */
04469     public int getTxnMax() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_tx_max(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getTxnTimestamp()}
     */
04478     public long get_tx_timestamp() throws DbException {
        return getTxnTimestamp();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getTxnTimestamp method returns the recovery
     *  timestamp.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getTxnTimestamp method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getTxnTimestamp method returns
     *      the recovery timestamp.</p>
     */
04495     public long getTxnTimestamp() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_tx_timestamp(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getTimeout(int)}
     */
04504     public long get_timeout(int flag) throws DbException {
        return getTimeout(flag);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getTimeout method returns a timeout value, in
     *  microseconds.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getTimeout method may be called at any time during
     *  the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @param  flag          must be set to one of the following
     *      values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_SET_LOCK_TIMEOUT
     *        Db.DB_SET_LOCK_TIMEOUT}<p>
     *
     *        Return the timeout value for locks in this database
     *        environment. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_SET_TXN_TIMEOUT
     *        Db.DB_SET_TXN_TIMEOUT}<p>
     *
     *        Return the timeout value for transactions in this
     *        database environment. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getTimeout method returns a
     *      timeout value, in microseconds.</p>
     */
04539     public long getTimeout(int flag) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_timeout(swigCPtr, flag);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #txnBegin(DbTxn,int)}
     */
04548     public DbTxn txn_begin(DbTxn parent, int flags) throws DbException {
        return txnBegin(parent, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.txnBegin method creates a new transaction in the
     *  environment and returns a {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn DbTxn}
     *  that uniquely identifies it. Calling the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#abort DbTxn.abort}, {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#commit DbTxn.commit} or {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#discard DbTxn.discard} methods will
     *  discard the returned handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  <b>Note: Transactions may only span threads if they do so
     *  serially; that is, each transaction must be active in only a
     *  single thread of control at a time. This restriction holds for
     *  parents of nested transactions as well; not two children may
     *  be concurrently active in more than one thread of control at
     *  any one time.</b> </p> <p>
     *
     *  <b>Note: Cursors may not span transactions; that is, each
     *  cursor must be opened and closed within a single transaction.
     *  </b></p> <p>
     *
     *  <b>Note: A parent transaction may not issue any Berkeley DB
     *  operations -- except for DbEnv.txnBegin, {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#abort DbTxn.abort} and {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#commit DbTxn.commit} -- while it has
     *  active child transactions (child transactions that have not
     *  yet been committed or aborted).</b> </p>
     *
     * @param  flags               must be set to 0 or by bitwise
     *      inclusively <b>OR</b> 'ing together one or more of the
     *      following values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_DIRTY_READ
     *        Db.DB_DIRTY_READ}<p>
     *
     *        All read operations performed by the transaction may
     *        read modified but not yet committed data. Silently
     *        ignored if the {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_DIRTY_READ
     *        <code>Db.DB_DIRTY_READ</code>} flag was not specified
     *        when the underlying database was opened. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TXN_NOSYNC
     *        Db.DB_TXN_NOSYNC}<p>
     *
     *        Do not synchronously flush the log when this transaction
     *        commits or prepares. This means the transaction will
     *        exhibit the ACI (atomicity, consistency, and isolation)
     *        properties, but not D (durability); that is, database
     *        integrity will be maintained but it is possible that
     *        this transaction may be undone during recovery. <p>
     *
     *        This behavior may be set for a Berkeley DB environment
     *        using the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setFlags
     *        DbEnv.setFlags} method. Any value specified to this
     *        method overrides that setting.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TXN_NOWAIT
     *        Db.DB_TXN_NOWAIT}<p>
     *
     *        If a lock is unavailable for any Berkeley DB operation
     *        performed in the context of this transaction, cause the
     *        operation to throw a {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbDeadlockException
     *        DbDeadlockException} immediately instead of blocking on
     *        the lock. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TXN_SYNC
     *        Db.DB_TXN_SYNC}<p>
     *
     *        Synchronously flush the log when this transaction
     *        commits or prepares. This means the transaction will
     *        exhibit all of the ACID (atomicity, consistency,
     *        isolation, and durability) properties. <p>
     *
     *        This behavior is the default for Berkeley DB
     *        environments unless the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_TXN_NOSYNC <code>Db.DB_TXN_NOSYNC</code>
     *        } flag was specified to the {@link
     *        com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setFlags DbEnv.setFlags} method.
     *        Any value specified to this method overrides that
     *        setting.</p> </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  parent              If the <b>parent</b> parameter is
     *      non-null, the new transaction will be a nested
     *      transaction, with the transaction indicated by <b>parent
     *      </b> as its parent. Transactions may be nested to any
     *      level. In the presence of distributed transactions and
     *      two-phase commit, only the parental transaction, that is a
     *      transaction without a <b>parent</b> specified, should be
     *      passed as an parameter to {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#prepare DbTxn.prepare}.
     * @throws  DbMemoryException  If the maximum number of concurrent
     *      transactions has been reached, the DbEnv.txnBegin method
     *      will fail and throw a {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbMemoryException DbMemoryException}
     *      exception.
     * @return                     The DbEnv.txnBegin method throws an
     *      exception that encapsulates a non-zero error value on
     *      failure. </p>
     */
04659     public DbTxn txnBegin(DbTxn parent, int flags) throws DbException {
        long cPtr = db_javaJNI.DbEnv_txn_begin(swigCPtr, DbTxn.getCPtr(parent), flags);
        return (cPtr == 0) ? null : new DbTxn(cPtr, false);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #txnCheckpoint(int,int,int)}
     */
04669     public void txn_checkpoint(int kbyte, int min, int flags) throws DbException {
        txnCheckpoint(kbyte, min, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.txnCheckpoint method flushes the underlying memory
     *  pool, writes a checkpoint record to the log, and then flushes
     *  the log.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_FORCE Db.DB_FORCE}<p>
     *
     *        Force a checkpoint record, even if there has been no
     *        activity since the last checkpoint. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @param  kbyte                      If the <b>kbyte</b>
     *      parameter is non-zero, a checkpoint will be done if more
     *      than <b>kbyte</b> kilobytes of log data have been written
     *      since the last checkpoint.
     * @param  min                        If the <b>min</b> parameter
     *      is non-zero, a checkpoint will be done if more than <b>min
     *      </b> minutes have passed since the last checkpoint.
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.txnCheckpoint
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if an invalid flag value or parameter was
     *      specified.
     */
04700     public void txnCheckpoint(int kbyte, int min, int flags) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_txn_checkpoint(swigCPtr, kbyte, min, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #txnRecover(int,int)}
     */
04709     public DbPreplist[] txn_recover(int count, int flags) throws DbException {
        return txnRecover(count, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.txnRecover method returns a list of prepared but not
     *  yet resolved transactions. The DbEnv.txnRecover method should
     *  only be called after the environment has been recovered.
     *  Because database environment state must be preserved between
     *  recovery and the application calling DbEnv.txnRecover,
     *  applications must either call DbEnv.txnRecover using the same
     *  environment handle used when recovery is done, or the database
     *  environment must not be configured using the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_PRIVATE Db.DB_PRIVATE} flag.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.txnRecover method returns a list of transactions
     *  that must be resolved by the application (committed, aborted
     *  or discarded). The return value is an array of objects of type
     *  DbPreplist; the following DbPreplist fields will be filled in:
     *  </p> The application must call {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#abort DbTxn.abort}, {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#commit DbTxn.commit} or {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn#discard DbTxn.discard} on each returned
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbTxn DbTxn} handle before starting
     *  any new operations.</p>
     *
     * @param  count         specifies the number of maximum size of
     *      the array that should be returned.
     * @param  flags         must be set to one of the following
     *      values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_FIRST Db.DB_FIRST}<p>
     *
     *        Begin returning a list of prepared, but not yet resolved
     *        transactions. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_NEXT Db.DB_NEXT}<p>
     *
     *        Continue returning a list of prepared, but not yet
     *        resolved transactions, starting where the last call to
     *        DbEnv.txnRecover left off. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.txnRecover method throws an
     *      exception that encapsulates a non-zero error value on
     *      failure. </p>
     */
04761     public DbPreplist[] txnRecover(int count, int flags) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_txn_recover(swigCPtr, count, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #txnStat(int)}
     */
04770     public DbTxnStat txn_stat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return txnStat(flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.txnStat method returns the transaction subsystem
     *  statistics.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.txnStat method creates a DbTxnStat object
     *  encapsulating the transaction subsystem statistics. The
     *  following data fields are available from the DbTxnStat object:
     *  </p> For convenience, the DbTxnStat class has a toString
     *  method that lists all the data fields.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_STAT_CLEAR
     *        Db.DB_STAT_CLEAR}<p>
     *
     *        Reset statistics after returning their values. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.txnStat method
     *      will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException exception
     *      if an invalid flag value or parameter was specified.
     * @return                            The DbEnv.txnStat method
     *      throws an exception that encapsulates a non-zero error
     *      value on failure. </p>
     */
04802     public DbTxnStat txnStat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_txn_stat(swigCPtr, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getReplicationLimit()}
     */
04811     public long get_rep_limit() throws DbException {
        return getReplicationLimit();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getReplicationLimit method returns the transmit
     *  limit in bytes.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getReplicationLimit method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return               The DbEnv.getReplicationLimit method
     *      returns the transmit limit in bytes.</p>
     */
04828     public long getReplicationLimit() throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_rep_limit(swigCPtr);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #replicationElect(int,int,int)}
     */
04837     public int rep_elect(int nsites, int priority, int timeout) throws DbException {
        return replicationElect(nsites, priority, timeout);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.replicationElect method holds an election for the
     *  master of a replication group.</p> <p>
     *
     *  If the election is successful, the new master's ID may be the
     *  ID of the previous master, or the ID of the current
     *  environment. The application is responsible for adjusting its
     *  usage of the other environments in the replication group,
     *  including directing all database updates to the newly selected
     *  master, in accordance with the results of this election.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  The thread of control that calls the DbEnv.replicationElect
     *  method must not be the thread of control that processes
     *  incoming messages; processing the incoming messages is
     *  necessary to successfully complete an election.</p>
     *
     * @param  nsites        The <b>nsites</b> parameter indicates the
     *      number of environments that the application believes are
     *      in the replication group. This number is used by Berkeley
     *      DB to avoid having two masters active simultaneously, even
     *      in the case of a network partition. During an election, a
     *      new master cannot be elected unless more than half of <b>
     *      nsites</b> agree on the new master. Thus, in the face of a
     *      network partition, the side of the partition with more
     *      than half the environments will elect a new master and
     *      continue, while the environments communicating with fewer
     *      than half the other environments will fail to find a new
     *      master.
     * @param  priority      the priority of this environment. It must
     *      be a positive integer, or 0 if this environment is not
     *      permitted to become a master (see <a
     *      href="{@docRoot}/../ref/rep/pri.html">Replication
     *      environment priorities</a> for more information).
     * @param  timeout       specifies a timeout period for an
     *      election. If the election has not completed after <b>
     *      timeout</b> microseconds, the election will fail.
     * @throws  DbException  The DbEnv.replicationElect method may
     *      fail and throw {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbException
     *      DbException}, encapsulating one of the following non-zero
     *      errors:
     *      <li> The replication group was unable to elect a master,
     *      or was unable to complete the election in the specified
     *      <b>timeout</b> period.
     * @return               The DbEnv.replicationElect method returns
     *      the newly elected master's ID.
     */
04889     public int replicationElect(int nsites, int priority, int timeout) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_rep_elect(swigCPtr, nsites, priority, timeout);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #replicationProcessMessage(Dbt,Dbt,DbEnv.RepProcessMessage,DbLsn)}
     */
04898     public int rep_process_message(Dbt control, Dbt rec, DbEnv.RepProcessMessage envid, DbLsn ret_lsn) throws DbException {
        return replicationProcessMessage(control, rec, envid, ret_lsn);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method processes an
     *  incoming replication message sent by a member of the
     *  replication group to the local database environment.</p> <p>
     *
     *  For implementation reasons, all incoming replication messages
     *  must be processed using the same {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv
     *  DbEnv} handle. It is not required that a single thread of
     *  control process all messages, only that all threads of control
     *  processing messages use the same handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method has additional
     *  return values:</p>
     *
     * @param  control       The <b>control</b> parameter should
     *      reference a copy of the <b>control</b> parameter specified
     *      by Berkeley DB on the sending environment.
     * @param  envid         The <b>envid</b> parameter should contain
     *      the local identifier that corresponds to the environment
     *      that sent the message to be processed (see <a
     *      href="{@docRoot}/../ref/rep/id.html">Replication
     *      environment IDs</a> for more information).
     * @param  rec           The <b>rec</b> parameter should reference
     *      a copy of the <b>rec</b> parameter specified by Berkeley
     *      DB on the sending environment.
     * @param  ret_lsn       If DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method
     *      returns Db.DB_REP_NOTPERM then the <b>ret_lsn</b>
     *      parameter will contain the log sequence number of this
     *      permanent log message that could not be written to disk.
     *      If DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method returns
     *      Db.DB_REP_ISPERM then the <b>ret_lsn</b> parameter will
     *      contain largest log sequence number of the permanent
     *      records that are now written to disk as a result of
     *      processing this message. In all other cases the value of
     *      <b>ret_lsn</b> is undefined.
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     * @return
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_DUPMASTER
     *        DB_REP_DUPMASTER}<p>
     *
     *        The DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method will throw an
     *        exception that encapsulates <code>Db.DB_REP_DUPMASTER</code>
     *        if the replication group has more than one master. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *      The application should reconfigure itself as a client by
     *      calling the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#replicationStart
     *      DbEnv.replicationStart} method, and then call for an
     *      election by calling {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#replicationElect
     *      DbEnv.replicationElect}. </p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_HOLDELECTION
     *        DB_REP_HOLDELECTION}<p>
     *
     *        The DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method will throw an
     *        exception that encapsulates <code>Db.DB_REP_HOLDELECTION</code>
     *        if an election is needed. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      The application should call for an election by calling
     *      {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#replicationElect
     *      DbEnv.replicationElect}. </p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_ISPERM
     *        DB_REP_ISPERM}<p>
     *
     *        The DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method will return
     *        <code>Db.DB_REP_ISPERM</code> if processing this message
     *        results in the processing of records that are permanent.
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      The maximum LSN of the permanent records stored is
     *      returned. </p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_NEWMASTER
     *        DB_REP_NEWMASTER}<p>
     *
     *        The DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method will return
     *        <code>Db.DB_REP_NEWMASTER</code> if a new master has
     *        been elected. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      The <b>envid</b> parameter contains the environment ID of
     *      the new master. If the recipient of this error return has
     *      been made master, it is the application's responsibility
     *      to begin acting as the master environment. </p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_NEWSITE
     *        DB_REP_NEWSITE}<p>
     *
     *        The DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method will return
     *        <code>Db.DB_REP_NEWSITE</code> if the system received
     *        contact information from a new environment. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      The <b>rec</b> parameter contains the opaque data
     *      specified in the <b>cdata</b> parameter to the {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#replicationStart
     *      DbEnv.replicationStart}. The application should take
     *      whatever action is needed to establish a communication
     *      channel with this new environment. </p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_NOTPERM
     *        DB_REP_NOTPERM}<p>
     *
     *        The DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method will return
     *        <code>Db.DB_REP_NOTPERM</code> if a message carrying a
     *        {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_PERMANENT <code>Db.DB_REP_PERMANENT</code>
     *        } flag was processed successfully, but was not written
     *        to disk. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      The LSN of this record is returned. The application should
     *      take whatever action is deemed necessary to retain its
     *      recoverability characteristics. </p>
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_OUTDATED
     *        DB_REP_OUTDATED}<p>
     *
     *        The DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method will throw an
     *        exception that encapsulates <code>Db.DB_REP_OUTDATED</code>
     *        if the current environment's logs are too far out of
     *        date with respect to the master to be automatically
     *        synchronized. </li>
     *      </ul>
     *      The application should copy over a hot backup of the
     *      environment, run recovery, and restart the client. </p>
     *      Unless otherwise specified, the
     *      DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage method throws an exception
     *      that encapsulates a non-zero error value on failure. </p>
     */
05032     public int replicationProcessMessage(Dbt control, Dbt rec, DbEnv.RepProcessMessage envid, DbLsn ret_lsn) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_rep_process_message(swigCPtr, control, rec, envid, DbLsn.getCPtr(ret_lsn));
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #replicationStart(Dbt,int)}
     */
05041     public void rep_start(Dbt cdata, int flags) throws DbException {
        replicationStart(cdata, flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.replicationStart method configures the database
     *  environment as a client or master in a group of replicated
     *  database environments. Replication master environments are the
     *  only database environments where replicated databases may be
     *  modified. Replication client environments are read-only as
     *  long as they are clients. Replication client environments may
     *  be upgraded to be replication master environments in the case
     *  that the current master fails or there is no master present.
     *  </p> <p>
     *
     *  The enclosing database environment must already have been
     *  opened by calling the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open
     *  DbEnv.open} method and must already have been configured to
     *  send replication messages by calling the {@link
     *  com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setReplicationTransport
     *  DbEnv.setReplicationTransport} method.</p>
     *
     * @param  cdata                      an opaque data item that is
     *      sent over the communication infrastructure when the client
     *      or master comes online (see <a
     *      href="{@docRoot}/../ref/rep/newsite.html">Connecting to a
     *      new site</a> for more information). If no such information
     *      is useful, <b>cdata</b> should be null.
     * @param  flags                      must be set to one of the
     *      following values:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_CLIENT
     *        Db.DB_REP_CLIENT}<p>
     *
     *        Configure the environment as a replication client. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_LOGSONLY
     *        Db.DB_REP_LOGSONLY}<p>
     *
     *        Configure the environment as a log files-only client.
     *        </li>
     *      </ul>
     *
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_REP_MASTER
     *        Db.DB_REP_MASTER}<p>
     *
     *        Configure the environment as a replication master. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.replicationStart
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if the database environment was not already
     *      configured to communicate with a replication group by a
     *      call to {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#setReplicationTransport
     *      DbEnv.setReplicationTransport}; the database environment
     *      was not already opened; or if an invalid flag value or
     *      parameter was specified.
     */
05105     public void replicationStart(Dbt cdata, int flags) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_rep_start(swigCPtr, cdata, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #replicationStat(int)}
     */
05114     public DbRepStat rep_stat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return replicationStat(flags);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.replicationStat method returns the replication
     *  subsystem statistics.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.replicationStat method creates a DbRepStat object
     *  encapsulating the replication subsystem statistics. The
     *  following data fields are available from the DbRepStat object:
     *  </p> For convenience, the DbRepStat class has a toString
     *  method that lists all the data fields.</p>
     *
     * @param  flags                      must be set to 0 or the
     *      following value:
     *      <ul>
     *        <li> {@link com.sleepycat.db.Db#DB_STAT_CLEAR
     *        Db.DB_STAT_CLEAR}<p>
     *
     *        Reset statistics after returning their values. </li>
     *
     *      </ul>
     *
     * @throws  IllegalArgumentException  The DbEnv.replicationStat
     *      method will fail and throw a IllegalArgumentException
     *      exception if an invalid flag value or parameter was
     *      specified.
     * @return                            The DbEnv.replicationStat
     *      method throws an exception that encapsulates a non-zero
     *      error value on failure. </p>
     */
05147     public DbRepStat replicationStat(int flags) throws DbException {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_rep_stat(swigCPtr, flags);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setReplicationLimit(long)}
     */
05156     public void set_rep_limit(long bytes) throws DbException {
        setReplicationLimit(bytes);
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.setReplicationLimit method imposes a byte-count
     *  limit on the amount of data that will be transmitted from a
     *  site in a single call to {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#replicationProcessMessage
     *  DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage} method.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setReplicationLimit method configures a database
     *  environment, not only operations performed using the specified
     *  {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv DbEnv} handle.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.setReplicationLimit method may not be called before
     *  the {@link com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#open DbEnv.open} method has
     *  been called.</p>
     *
     * @param  bytes         specifies the maximum number of bytes
     *      that will be sent in a single call to {@link
     *      com.sleepycat.db.DbEnv#replicationProcessMessage
     *      DbEnv.replicationProcessMessage} method.
     * @throws  DbException  Signals that an exception of some sort
     *      has occurred.
     */
05182     public void setReplicationLimit(long bytes) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_rep_limit(swigCPtr, bytes);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #setReplicationTransport(int,DbRepTransport)}
     */
05191     public void set_rep_transport(int envid, DbRepTransport send) throws DbException {
        setReplicationTransport(envid, send);
    }


    public void setReplicationTransport(int envid, DbRepTransport send) throws DbException {
        db_javaJNI.DbEnv_set_rep_transport(swigCPtr, envid, (rep_transport_handler = send));
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.strerror method returns an error message string
     *  corresponding to the error number <b>error</b> parameter.</p>
     *  <p>
     *
     *  This function is a superset of the ANSI C X3.159-1989 (ANSI C)
     *  <b>strerror</b> (3) function. If the error number <b>error</b>
     *  is greater than or equal to 0, then the string returned by the
     *  system function <b>strerror</b> (3) is returned. If the error
     *  number is less than 0, an error string appropriate to the
     *  corresponding Berkeley DB library error is returned. See <a
     *  href="{@docRoot}/../ref/program/errorret.html">Error returns
     *  to applications</a> for more information.</p>
     *
     * @param  error  the error number for which an error message
     *      string is wanted.
     * @return        The DbEnv.strerror method returns an error
     *      message string corresponding to the error number <b>error
     *      </b> parameter.</p>
     */
05221     public static String strerror(int error) {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_strerror(error);
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getVersionMajor()}
     */
05230     public static int get_version_major() {
        return getVersionMajor();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getVersionMajor method returns the release major
     *  number.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getVersionMajor method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @return    The DbEnv.getVersionMajor method returns the release
     *      major number.</p>
     */
05245     public static int getVersionMajor() {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_version_major();
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getVersionMinor()}
     */
05254     public static int get_version_minor() {
        return getVersionMinor();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getVersionMinor method returns the release minor
     *  number.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getVersionMinor method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @return    The DbEnv.getVersionMinor method returns the release
     *      minor number.</p>
     */
05269     public static int getVersionMinor() {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_version_minor();
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getVersionPatch()}
     */
05278     public static int get_version_patch() {
        return getVersionPatch();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getVersionPatch method returns the release patch
     *  number.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getVersionPatch method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @return    The DbEnv.getVersionPatch method returns the release
     *      patch number.</p>
     */
05293     public static int getVersionPatch() {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_version_patch();
    }


    /**
     * @deprecated    As of Berkeley DB 4.2, replaced by {@link
     *      #getVersionString()}
     */
05302     public static String get_version_string() {
        return getVersionString();
    }


    /**
     *  The DbEnv.getVersionString method returns the release verbose
     *  version information, suitable for display.</p> <p>
     *
     *  The DbEnv.getVersionString method may be called at any time
     *  during the life of the application.</p>
     *
     * @return    The DbEnv.getVersionString method returns the
     *      release verbose version information, suitable for display.
     *      </p>
     */
05318     public static String getVersionString() {
        return db_javaJNI.DbEnv_get_version_string();
    }

}

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