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Providing JDBC Connections to Hibernate

 
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Hi all,

I am planning to use hibernate in a new project. I have the following restriction from security unit:

Every user must be authenticated against Oracle database and all the inserts/updates s/he makes must be tracked to that user in oracle.

I understand that with such requirement, I will not be able to use Connection Polling since any connection created will need to be created based on the user credintials.

Is it possible to have pooled connections with no credentials and provide username/password at runtime?

What other solutions may I consider?

thanks,

Majid
 
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Would this be an option for you:
User Provided JDBC connection
 
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