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Primorse Connection Pool Issue with Tomcat6

 
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Hi:

Previously i am using Tomcat5 and Primorse connection pooling in my web application.
And now i have changed my tomcat version to 6.0.29, but Primorse connection pool not supported to Tomcat6.

So can any body help me to handle this? Actually i don't want to change that pool.


Thank You,
Anup
 
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In theory, connection poolers are supposed to be plug-compatible components that expose the DataSource interface, so just upgrading Tomcat isn't supposed to be an issue. And, as far as I'm aware, there's no reason a pooler that worked with Tomcat 5.5 wouldn't work with Tomcat 6. Tomcat 5.0 is less certain, but that's because of the JVM requirements changes.

A bigger problem is that I'm not sure how viable Primrose is these days. Their website is broken at the moment. If they're an open-source product, it should be possible to persuade it to work under newer versions of Tomcat. If it's proprietary, you may be out of luck.
 
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