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Connection Pooling

 
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hey folks,
searching this forum i've found almost 200 tasks dealing with different aspects of the connection pooling. the problem is that i still didn't find an answer to the following question:
from the jdbc connection pools available on web, which one is the best , talking about perfomence and connections leaks sollution?
 
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My first recommendation would be to use the connection pool built into your application server, unless you have a specific reason not to. For a good open source connection pool, try Apache Jakarta Commons DBCP.
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