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Connection Pooling in Non-Web App

 
Kim Kantola
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Hi All,
I have been googling connection pooling, and most of the info I am finding is regarding making a connection for a web app. I have a stand alone java app, so not using Apache, tomcat, etc. Are there any non web-app connection pool packages ?
Also, is using the DataSource object just something for web apps?
Thanks,
Kim
 
Paul Sturrock
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Well, you only really need connection pooling from multiuser applications, and a web application is probably the most common example of that. Can't think why a desktop application would necessarily need pooling.

You might look at c3p0.
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Kim Kantola
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Oh, thanks, that makes sense. I guess I was thinking I needed pooling because my app is multi-threaded, but each thread has its own object which makes its own database connection, so I guess you are right, I wouldn't need pooling in this case.

Thanks very much,
Kim
 
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