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Hi all
has anybody here experience with using
conneciton pool (in a non ejb environment).
is there a connection pool that can be recomended ?

thanks
k
 
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Hi Karl,
JDBC 3.0 provides for connection pooling. It introduces the concept of <logical connection> which is a selected connection from the pool of <physical connections>.
It comes with the new package javax.sql that defines, among other classes, javax.sql.PooledConnection, and javax.sql.ConnectionPoolDataSource.
I have already used these independently of any EJBs container or any J2EE Application Server.
Good Luck
 
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hi omar
so i just need a jdbc3.0 compliant driver. thats great.
did i get this right that they are up to 4000$ when buying from vendors such as DataDirect ?
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