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how to configure connection pool in tomcat

 
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presently i am using weblogic 8.1 while configuring we first created a connection pool then we created datasource but in tomcat 5.0 i did not see the option for creating connection pool.i now want to use tomcat for debugging purpose then tell me how to configure my database to tomcat
 
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you can use DBCP from org.apache.tomacat.DBCP...But first, you have to configure the JNDI DataSource in Tomcat by adding a declaration for the resource to server.xml file.


and configure your JNDI reference.

you have to insert a <resource-ref> tag into the web.xml deployment descriptor file.

you have to set the <listener> tag for registering a ServletContextListener as shown below:
 
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