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JDBC connection pooling for J2SE applications
Posted by: Madhur Tanwani ()
Date: April 05, 2006 01:52AM

Hi,

I've been reading material on the net about implmenting JDBC connection pooling using the MySQL connector/J 3.0. And then, JNDI came in between. I'm quite new to the J2EE domain and know nothing about JNDI usage (except basics I picked up from reading on the net).

I understand that the all that is needed to implement connection pooling, is a DataSource reference which can pass on conneections from the "org.gjt.mm.mysql.Driver" driver.

However, most methods described on the net assume J2EE conetext - what if i need to implement ConnectionPooling for J2SE apps?

I used the commons-dbcp to implment a BasicDataSource implementation where in the application makes an object of BasiccDatasource type=, which further is used toget the pooled connections. However, with htis I cannoty share the datasource with other simultaneously running applications?

I also see that JBoss proivedies an independant JNP - but I'm not sure about how to use it.

Can any one help in this regard?

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JDBC connection pooling for J2SE applications Madhur Tanwani 04/05/2006 01:52AM
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