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No of connection in Pool.

Bennet Xavier
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Joined: Jun 19, 2008
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Hi All,

I congifured for connection pooling in tomcat and i am able to get the connections successfully and performing all the operation.



But, i am not seeing any connection detail,(i.e) session created in DB for pooled connection using toad.

Toad, always show only one connection that too TOAD's connection for my name.

Is there a way to check, no of connection in connection pool, which is created in tomcat.

If Yes, please reply.

Thanks In Advance,
Bennet Xavier.

 
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