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synchronized problems in JSP/Sverlet, please help!  RSS feed

 
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There isn't a new instance of the Servlet/JSP for each request in Tomcat - they are probably all calling the same instance so any state will be shared. If I Connection is stored as a member variable then I'll have synchronized problems with it already being in use if two people hit the page at the same time.
Incidentally, although it might work, synchronizing the database access in the JSP would be a bad idea since I�d just create a queue of requests waiting to use the one Connection whereas I really need a number of Connections to deal with everyone simultaneously.
What I do? Need any advice from you.
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