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Problem in websphere Connection pool

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Hi ,
I am having a very practical problem .
I am running my application on Websphere Application Server
unsing Oracle Database . The WAS connection pool is used to
connect to the Oracle DB .
I am forcefully stopping the database server in the mid of my application. Then I am starting the DB server again .
Now I am trying to run the Application again . but at the frist instance of database connection it is giving this exception even thoough database server is running. ******************************************************** Io exception: Connection reset by peer: socket write error
When i am trying for the second time to acess the databse it is able to get the connection without any problem and application is running fine.
Can anyone tell me how to get the connection in the very first access to the database after it is shutdown and restart.
Waiting for your kind reply,
Thanks is Advance,
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so what type of job are you looking for?
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Hello Sailendra,
A couple of things... First, welcome to JavaRanch. We hope you'll find the help you need and visit often.
Second, your user name does not comply with JavaRanch's naming policy. Please re-register with an acceptable name, preferably your real name.
Third, this forum is not a place where you'll get help with your problem. I am closing this thread because...
...fourth, you have cross-posted in the appropriate forum, IBM/Websphere. Cross-posting is another no-no. You're more likely to get the help you need if you post in one forum only.

Good luck with your application,
[This message has been edited by Pauline McNamara (edited December 07, 2001).]
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