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Multiple Database Connection. Best practice?

 
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Hi everyone!!

I'm trying to create a simple stand-alone project (no web-app), where there are 2 kinds of Database (MySQL, Postgres).

I would like to know, what is the best practice to create a class or a method that store the drives and istantiate the connection with differente databases.

This is, what I have created:



Thank in advance!!
 
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you can create two property files one for mysql and the other for postgres, so you can selectively load the properties by a flag. I would use spring to manage database access.
 
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