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From Mark Woon <morph...@SMI.Stanford.EDU>
Subject Re: Poolman benefits? (was Re: Connection Pooling)
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2002 21:12:58 GMT

Thanks for the info.

Out of curiosity, what version of Poolman and Oracle thin client are you using?
We have a policy here that frowns upon using anything marked as beta on our
production systems, and I'm wondering about the stability of the beta Poolman
2.1.  Should I be using the older 2.0.4 version instead?

-Mark

Jason B Menard wrote:

> We are using Poolman with the Oracle thin client.  It does not replace it,
> just sits on top of it.
>
> One of the benefits is that you can specify your various pools in an XML
> file.  This makes any changes that might need to be made at a later date
> simple, and also ensures consistancy across the organization.  Specifying
> all your connection pools in one place, even if there are different
> databases, is a nice benefit.  It also makes it easier on the developers.
> Poolman does not do just connection pooling though, it will pool any object.
>
> We've been using it for a few versions now and have been pretty happy with
> it so far.  It's painless to setup and get running, so you might want to
> take a look at it and see if it's right for you.
>
> Jason



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