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Renu, Vairagade

Joined: Feb 02, 2001
Posts: 21
I m trying to develop an java application that interacts with database using Castor JDO API( I m doing this because I want to write code in the Java that transparently accesses the underlying data store, without using database-specific code. I also want to hide the database implementation in such a way that any changes to database structure should not affect the code accessing it.
But Castor JDO doesn't use connection caching/pooling, that is necessary to optimise the performance of my application. Does someone know aboput a workaround for Castor JDO or a good alternative to Castor JDO that uses connection caching/pooling? Please help.
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Thiru Narayanan

Joined: Apr 30, 2001
Posts: 23
It is surprising that in such a busy site with so many sheriefs, there is no reply to this message for more than a year!
I just have a doubt with JDO and came searching for an answer. But will I get an answer?
I agree. Here's the link:
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