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Creating a Connection Pool

 
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Once a Connection has been created to a JDBC data store, is there any
way to store this Connection object in memory so it does not have to
be created for each request.

I know this is what Data Sources a for, but suppose we could not
create a data source through the app server. Can it still be done
through code?

Thanks for any help,
Jehan
 
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