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From Jørgen Løland <Jorgen.Lol...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Restricting number of connections from a single user
Date Tue, 13 Nov 2007 14:04:22 GMT
Bernt M. Johnsen wrote:
> Hi,
>>>>>>>>>>>>> Jørgen Løland wrote (2007-11-13 14:35:27):
>> A client/server Derby will soon be used in a university course to teach 
>> students SQL etc.
>> Previous experience has revealed that students who are not familiar with 
>> Java programming and JDBC/DBs tend to open a new connection for every 
>> Statement. There will be peaks with a few hundred concurrent users. Is 
>> there any way of restricting the number of connections a user can open 
>> in Derby? I want the faulty student applications to get exceptions 
>> rather than ruining the user experience for the "nice" users.
> You may set tha maximum numbers of threads. This will restrict the
> number of *running* connections. When you exceed this number,
> subsequent connections will wait in a queue until a thread is
> available. 
>> -- 
>> Jørgen Løland

Right, but that means that a faulty application may get all the 
connections, effectively denying others from connecting?

Jørgen Løland

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