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steve souza
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JAMon will show that connections aren't being closed (as well as Statements, and ResultSets). It won't show precisely in your code this is happening though. JAMon has a jdbc proxy driver that allows you to also measure performance of all queries, which is also useful, and it requires no code changes, so it is worth a try.


http://www.jamonapi.com/ - a fast, free open source performance tuning api.
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steve souza
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Sorry about creating this thread. I meant to post it as a response to the "Detecting Connection Leaks" thread.
David O'Meara

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OK, I'll send it to Blatant Advertising ;)
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