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recreating damaged connection in pool

 
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Hi Ranchers,

We are using jrun 4.0 connection pool for connecting to oracle 9. Apart from the connection pool, we are externally managing (to allocate the connection to the user) and giving the connection from the pool based on our own logic. After some time of running the application, one/few connections are timedout and returned to the pool as a stale/damaged connections. When my logic gives me the staled connection, further DB operations are failing. So I want to know

1. Is there any way in Jrun Connection pool to check the staled connections and recreate them in the pool itself?
2. Or when the connection pool returns me the connection, did I need to check for the valid connection and recreate and return if it is stale (how to recreate and return to pool)?
3. Which method is better or any other way which will manage stale connections properly?

Thanks in advance
 
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"Srinivas",
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read this nice article fro m IBM, which gives complete explanation on how to handle stale connection retrieved from pool.

Stale Connections explanation
 
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