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SQLNonTransientConnection Exception : address already in use

 
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I have created a spring mvc project with maven build.
I am trying to read an xml file with 300K records to insert if not exists else update into mysql database,
i have written a scheduler which does following steps
1. parse xml file
2. validates each record
3. executes select query to find if record exists then update else insert

i have kept scheduler pool-size =1 in XML job-scheduler and Executors.newScheduledThreadPool(1)
in scheduler configuration class.

whenever shedular runs , it creates lots of threads which access database connection
which gives address already in use exception which causes sheduler to freeze.

I have even used batchUpdate() method of JdbcTemplate for insert / update but still problem persists.

please help me to resolve this issue
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/56637014/sqlnontransientconnectionexception-address-already-in-use
 
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Hi genos, welcome to the Ranch!

I've changed your other (duplicate) post so that it's in both the Spring and JDBC forums. So I'm going to lock this one.

For anybody who comes here and wants to go the the post which isn't locked, it's here:

https://coderanch.com/t/712223/frameworks/SQLNonTransientConnection-Exception-address
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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