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Verifying Connection pooling

Swapna latha
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Joined: Dec 18, 2011
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Hi,

I am using hibernate in my project and for connection pooling i am using third party jar - c3p0.

The configuration is as follows:



I would like to test whether connection pool configuration is working or not. How many connections are created when i run the application, as i have chosen a min of 10 connections. Where do i find those 10 connections open ? How can i test it ? How can i see it in mysql ? I am using workbench.


thanks & regards

swapna
 
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