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From Darrell DeBoer <darr...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [PATCH][VOTE] AbstractJdbcUsersRepository.java
Date Sun, 24 Nov 2002 21:43:59 GMT
On Mon, 25 Nov 2002 06:04, Noel J. Bergman wrote:
> For those of you not following the thread on james-user, we found a JDBC
> resource leak that impacts Oracle users seriously (out of resources).
> As stated there on james-user:
> "This is a bug, and it really ought to be fixed.  The change is
> well-understood, used in all other areas, and easily tested.  We know that
> we have a number of Oracle users, and this is a resource leak for them.  I
> just checked my private tree against the CVS, and I don't have any other
> differences that would be termed a serious or potentially wide-spread
> defect.  We ought to vote on whether we would prefer to support the Release
> with or without the fix."
> The code is simply that there is one method (out of all the other similar
> places) where the common pattern we use everywhere else had not been
> implemented.  The change is attached, and consists of the following:
>   1. move two declarations out of a try block so that they
>      are available to the finally clause.
>   2. add the close statements to the existing finally clause.
> We have to support the Release.  I would prefer not to have to point Oracle
> users at a patch or immediately issue a point release.
> +1 to commit the change pending successful testing by the Oracle user who
> is working with us on james-user, as well as normal testing.
> 	--- Noel


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