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A Kumar
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Hi,

When some means connection pooling is it only connection objects that connect to databases....i mean strictly "Databases connection objects"

Actually i have a requirement to create a connection pooling that has X no of connection objects but i have to connect to Epiphany ...

How to proceed with this ..?

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Scott Johnson
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Joined: Aug 24, 2005
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[A]: is it only connection objects that connect to databases

No, you can create a pools for any type of object. JDBC statements, Web server connections, EJBs, servlets, etc.

[A]: i have to connect to Epiphany

Apache Jakarta Commons has a generic object pooling librarylibrary that you may find useful. You can use that to create your own Epiphany connection pool.
A Kumar
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Thank you Scott!!! ....I will try looking at that...
 
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