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Database Connection Pool

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I am integrating JForum with my existing web application. My web application initializes database connection pool and uses db connection from that pool. Is it that JForum has to create another connection pool (using database.connection.implementation = net.jforum.PooledConnection) and this would be used by JForum application? Is there a way that JForum can use the connections from the pool that is created by my application?

I do not want different applications create its own connection pool

Pranav Kumar Varshney
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If your existing application is using a named DataBase connection (e.g. defined at the context/server level), you can set up JForum to share this.

Otherwise, you'll have to write (and test, test, test...) your own database connection implementation.
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