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OracleConnectionCacheImpl

praveen kanakarajan
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Joined: Apr 27, 2005
Posts: 54
hello
i want to know whether this class can be used for Connection Pooling purpose in live environment.Some say it cant be used at the same time i have found some postings that they use this class for their project.I would like to know whether anyone has used in production environment and is it reliable.
Khan Malamir
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Joined: Sep 09, 2005
Posts: 16
Can you please clarify why you want to depend on Oracle - specific classes? Is your application using specific Oracle API functions?
Have you considered to use a generic connection pool (like Apache DBCP)? This will make your application more flexible.
praveen kanakarajan
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Joined: Apr 27, 2005
Posts: 54
My requirement is i need a connection pool of differenct schemas so while releasing the Connection i can avoid the comlpexity.I asked this because it can control the number of physical conncetion ,i.e that can increment when needed and will close automaitcally those conncetions which have been created additionally than the specified limit.
 
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