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Nakata kokuyo
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mr.Norman Richards and Sam Griffith, from your expert view , which connectionpool is the best among other ...thank you
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What do you mean by "connection pool"? The connection pooling implementations available for Hibernate?


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Nakata kokuyo
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yes ..Lasse Koskela
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Well, that would be a question without a correct answer. For some, C3PO works best and for some, Proxool works best. Yet some would prefer DBCP. I'd suggest digging the Hibernate Users forum for past discussions about the relative differences between the pooling implementations.
Dave Salter
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If you're using Hibernate within JBoss, then why not use JNDI as your datasource provider. That way, JBoss will handle the pooling for you.

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Dave.
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I vote for that. It's amazing how people try to make their deployments so complicated. Use the server, Luke!
 
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