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Connection Pooling on Tomcat

Siamak Saarmann
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Hello,

I am using direct JDBC connections in my web application. It seems to me that it opens too many connections to database and I need to do something.

Would somone please forward me to code snippet that shows how can I use Tomcat managed database connections?

Regards,
Mac


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Bear Bibeault
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Using the container-managed connection pooling should indeed solve your problem. I've moved this to the Tomcat forum where it should get better exposure to Tomcat users.


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Craig Jackson
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The links below should get you started:

JNDI Resources HOW TO

JNDI Datasources HOW TO

Commons DBCP Overview
Siamak Saarmann
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Craig,

Thank you for your help.

Regards, Mac
 
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