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Connection Pooling in WSAD

Monoj Roy
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I work with WSAD 5.1.2 and DB2 .I useally create Data Source and then using JNDI connect to database .How I implement connection Pooling ?
If anybody know any tutorial or manual about how to configure my WebSphere Application Server to support connection Pooling it will be a great help .
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Monoj,
In a nutshell, you point to a datasource that supports connection pooling. If you search in the Infocenter/WSAD help for "Setting up a server to test data sources", IBM lists all the steps.

I'm going to move this to our IBM forum as it deals more with the IDE and server than JDBC in general.


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