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Connection Pooling : which one should i use?

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Hi all,
I have a question regarding the type of connection pooling i should go in for.Right now I am using DbConnectionBroker to do pooling.I am using mysql and mm.mysql driver.but we are thinking about switching over to MS SQL Server and buy a JDBC driver of it.Most of the JDBC drivers for MS SQL Server have built in connection pooling support.My question is should I stick to DBConnectionBroker or use the JDBC driver's pooling mechanism?
Which is advisable and why?
Thanks in advance.
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