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From Michael Bierenfeld <michael.bierenf...@atmiralis.de>
Subject Re: Help! connecting to a database
Date Fri, 03 Nov 2000 10:33:47 GMT
"Sergei O . Naumov" wrote:
> 
> Hi!
> I am starting to develop a large Cocoon based project that needs to query a
> database
> (it will probably be Oracle). The question I have is on the good way to connect
> to
> a database from XSP. In a servlet world, one connects to a database on the
> startup
> and uses this db handle to eliminate db connection overhead. Would such a
> mechanism
> be possible with XSP?
> 
> I was thinking on having a taglib that would implement all the Java methods
> that
> work with a database, and just use those in my XSP pages.
> 
> Can anyone give some sort of suggestion on how to go around this? It would be
> just
> wonderful if there are some code examples on that.
> 
> Thanks in advance,
>                         Sergei
> 
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if you wanna use "pure" java methods for database
access. I would suggest using the ConnectionPool
provided with oracle. Otherwise there are several
other connection pooling systems available on the
internet. www.freshmeat.net or google. We do use a
tool called ewin.

Regards

Michael

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