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Mikael Jonasson
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Joined: May 16, 2001
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Hi!
I'm currently working on an application connected to an oracle database. To speed up the connection to this database, I'd like to use the connectionpooling that's supposed to be part of the java 2-package. However, after reading through the documentation on this, I still can't figure out if the PooledConenction is the container for the connectionpool, or if the JDBC itself holds the connectionpool, and I should use the getPooledConnection() to get a connection, that I use once and then close.
Thankfull for a quick res�ponse, preferably with code-example(s).
/Mike
 
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