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connection pool manager

 
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Hi,

any open source JDBC3.0 complaint connection pool managers exists?, I want to use that in my java application(not a web based one).

does the Commons-DBCP component (from jakarta project) JDBC3.0 complaint?

Thanks,
Muruges
 
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I've had some success with PoolMan. It provides connection pooling and caching capabilities. I've used it in my prior projects, and it works pretty well.

However, I'm not sure if it is JDBC 3.0 compliant.
 
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