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Connection Pooling in CMP Beans..

 
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Hi All,
Can I use my Own Connection Pooling in CMP Beans.I am using Weblogic and Oracle as Backend.Will there be any problem as Container take care of all the things in CMP Beans?
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Overall, this is a bad idea.
You might be able to get basic CMP functions to work. I'm not sure because I haven't tried. However, Container Managed Transactions(CMT) require the use of a WebLogic Tx Datasource. Likewise a Tx Datasource feeds from a WebLogic Connection Pool. Therefore, to support CMT (which you most likely will be using) then you need to use a WebLogic Connection Pool.
Just curious... why would you want your own Connection Pool implementation to back a CMP? You don't control any of the database interaction in the CMP, so why would it matter what Connection Pooling software WebLogic uses?
 
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One more thing...
catjava,
Thanks for joining JavaRanch, but could you take a quick look at the naming policy and edit your profile accordingly.
 
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