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DAO Pattern and Connection Pooling

Timothy Sam
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Hi guys, I'm a little confused on how to implement the two together... Suppose I have the following classes and interface










I'm just a little confused where I should be getting a Connection object... Which class... Which method... Static... or non static...? What do you think guys? Thanks!


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Ilja Preuss
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I would probably pass the connection pool into the DAO factory. The factory then would pass it on to the DAO when it gets created. When the DAO needs a connection, i.e. in one of the insert or update methods, it gets a connection from the pool, uses it, and releases it back to the pool.

Does that make sense?


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graham king
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Have the main MySQLDAOFactory class create the connection object since it knows that it wants to connect to MySQL. Then if you had to create a connection to another type of db you would have that factory implementation create the connection as well.

So, if you have a delegate calling the DAO's you could do something like this:


write, revise, re-write, revise, again...<br />write, revise, re-write, revise, again...
 
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