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Connection Pooling in CMP Beans
Joined: Feb 20, 2003
Feb 20, 2003 22:44:00
Can I use my Own Connection Pooling in CMP Beans.I am using Weblogic and Oracle as Backend.Will there be any problem as Container take care of all the things in CMP Beans?
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Feb 21, 2003 03:02:00
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Feb 21, 2003 05:45:00
Weblogic already uses its own connection pooling for the CMP beans. You don't need to worry about it.
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Feb 21, 2003 07:14:00
In the future please avoid from cross-posting the same question in multiple forums. I have also replied to your query in the WebLogic Forum:
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