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How To Access Objects Returned From A Helper/Utility Class?

 
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I have a helper/utility class that specializes in
creating a connection pool and providing connections.

How do I access this Connection (conn) returned from the helper/utility class in another class? (i.e. I want to use conn.createStatement(); and query a database in TestServlet class.)
[ July 09, 2003: Message edited by: JiaPei Jen ]
 
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Wouldn't you just do this:
 
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If your helper is a connection pool you need logic something like this:

This has been done zillions of times. Try google for "java connection pool" to find some ready to use. Is that the kind of thing you were asking?
 
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