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Problem in ConnectionPool

 
appu sharma
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After that when i use it in servlet i get an error.

and the error is
C:\Documents and Settings\vinit\My Documents\NetBeansProjects\WebApplication2\nbproject\build-impl.xml:568: The module has not been deployed.
please help me
Thank you
vinit
 
Ravishanker kumar
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I think this is not problem of ConnectionPool. It is something deployment issue. Please check why model is not geting deployed.

~Ravi
 
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error in Netbeans it is saying like that (pakage cp doesnt exist <identifier> expected
I feel that this is not the exact error message you get. Can you please copy the complete error, and show that to us?
 
appu sharma
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Thank i correct the error its problem of try and catch.
its silly mistake and i am sorry for that.
thanks for your time
 
Lorand Komaromi
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Don't reinvent the wheel, use Apache DBCP, Oracle UCP, etc.!
 
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