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I am developing a web application. The web application is very simple. But it requires very high performance about database queries. The database queries are very simple too.
Right now, I am using struts at front end, JDBC at back end.
I am thinking changing back end to EJB, hibernate or Spring or some other technologies. Can someone point me which framework is easy to use and not overkill ?
Basically, I want to improve connection pooling.


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If you have no other requirement than to use connection pooling, why not go with Apache DBCP or C3PO? Those are tried and true solutions for that.

Or use the servlet container's built-in pool if it has one (like Tomcat does).
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