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Oracle connection pool thru app server?

 
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I will be writing a web app that hits an oracle db. I plan to use the oracle oci drivers so that I can use proxy authentication. My web server is the Sun Java System Web Server 6.1, and we use it's internal app server capabilities for our app server. I had planned on manipulating the oracle connection pool directly from java code using the oracle supplied driver and classes. However; I see that I can define a connection pool to my app(web) server. I assume this would let me use JNDI to get my datasource. Big deal. Any other reasons? I'm leaning toward not defining the connection pool to my web server.
 
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Marshall,
It is best to let the app server handle the connection pool and use datasources. Why would you want to write something that the app server already does?
 
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