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From "David Graham" <dgraham1...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: Why is dbcp / pool removed?
Date Tue, 10 Jun 2003 19:27:38 GMT
>So, I don't want to use DBCP anymore, but I want to continue using
>struts-config to define my db so as not to disrupt the current state of the
>app too much. So I'm learning how the DBCP-independent RC2 handles the db
>connections all internally, and trying to figure out if that will work and
>what problems might exist with it. Having some luck so far, but I need to 
>do
>a lot more playing around to make sure this doesn't replace my old problems
>with new ones :)

Just keep in mind that Struts is getting out of the DataSource 
implementation business altogether post 1.1.  You may want to search for 
other connection pooling packages to get a more permanent solution.

David

>
>Matt

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