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1. Connection Pooling Strategy For A JSP Site?    stackoverflow.com

I'm doing some work on a JSP site that was coded very badly. For every single database call the original programmer opens and closes a database connection. ...

3. How to do Connection pooling????    coderanch.com

Hi Pals, I have 10 jsp pages in my project and in each pages I am opening and closing a connection object and it is resource inefficiency and I came to hear that there is connection pooling system so that we can manage the connections.For that I should need some basic knowledge of connection pooling. pls do favour for me, Thanks ...

4. how to keep connection pool instance in application    coderanch.com

Hello krussi Connection pooling is not about keeping the connection object global or something.. why dont you use the application server connection pool. Using this you can specify the maximum number of connections, their timrouts etc. and the App server will do everything for you .. all you have to do in your code is to request a connection from the ...

5. Connection Pooling    coderanch.com

6. how to use connection pooling in jsp?    coderanch.com

Originally posted by harmanjeet s: I'm new to world of JSP. I'm developing web application using Oracle 8i and JSP to implement it. I'm using jakarta-tomcat server for this purpose. I'll frequently access the database. so I want to use the connection pooling. Can anybody explain the simple procedure to use it thanx

8. Connection pooling    coderanch.com

9. connection pool problem    coderanch.com

I am having a LibPool class which is calling the ConnectionPool class. The codes are as follows package library; public class LibPool extends ConnectionPool { private static LibPool pool = null; private static String driver="com.jnetdirect.jsql.JSQLDriver"; public static String url; private static String username="sa"; private static String password=""; private static int initialConnections=1; private static int maxConnections=50; private static boolean waitIfBusy=true; private LibPool() ...

10. Connection Pooling    coderanch.com

11. how to create a connection pool?    coderanch.com

12. Connection Pool & JSP    coderanch.com

13. package for connection pooling??    coderanch.com

14. connection pool    coderanch.com

15. Connection pooling in jsp    coderanch.com

16. Connection Pooling in Servlets    coderanch.com

If you do a lot of database queries, opening and closing a new connection every time is very inefficient. Therefore, you want to use connection pooling. Basically, you will need to write a Java class to represent the connection pool, possibly as a singleton. When this class is instantiated, it opens a specified number of database connections. Whenever your JSP pages ...

18. Connection Pool in JSP    coderanch.com

19. Connection Pool/servlet    coderanch.com

20. ServletContext and Connection Pool    coderanch.com

21. Servlet and Connection pooling    coderanch.com

Hi, I am using Connection pooling and storing the pool in servlet context and I have question about getting the connection from servlet context in a all servlets, I want to code a single class where the input paramter will be servlet context and session and this class will return me the connection depending upon some parameter in session. I want ...

22. Connection Pool for JSP---Urgent    coderanch.com

25. Connection Pooling    coderanch.com

can i increase the number of connection in the conection pool during runtime so that if my all the connection in the connection pool are busy i can create a new connecton to the database to assign to that xtra request No, that's generally not possible. The pool should be sized large enough to cover all situations; a size of 50 ...

26. Connection Pool implementation for Java servlets    dbforums.com

I'm building a web app that uses servlets to connect to a mysql database. I'm looking for a solid implementation of a connection pool that I can use. I don't have access to the Tomcat server configuration, so I'm looking for a library that implements the connection pool from within the servlet itself. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance! robin