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From Mark Woon <morph...@SMI.Stanford.EDU>
Subject Re: Connection Pooling
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2002 21:02:48 GMT
I guess my real question is whether Poolman's implementation is better than
Oracle's implementation.  Has anyone done any performance testing of any sort
along these lines?


Larry Meadors wrote:

> You could use Oracle's connection pooling. You can use either the oci or
> thin client (in fact, the jdbc url is the same for pooling).
>
> The only difference I saw was that you get connections from the pool
> instead of from the driver manager.
>
> The pool class is oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleConnectionCacheImpl, and it
> implements the javax.sql.DataSource interface so you could (in theory, I
> have not tried this) swap out the pooling mechanism if needed with
> another pooling implementation.
>
> Larry
>
> >>> morpheus@SMI.Stanford.EDU 02/01/02 12:31AM >>>
> I've only taken a cursory look at Poolman and I'm a little unclear as
> to what
> benefits it provides.  I'm using an Oracle server, and using the Oracle
> JDBC
> thin client to connect to it.  The thin client has support for
> connection
> pooling.
>
> If I were to use Poolman, would it replace Oracle's thin client, or sit
> on top
> of it?  What benefits are there to using Poolman?  Or am I completely
> missing
> the point?


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