[WV] Does WebVelocity have a built-in database connection pool?

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Rick F

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May 6, 2010, 1:05:37 AM5/6/10
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I was just curious.. I am trying to get my app running with a
connection pool class that worked fine in VW7.6 but gets stuck
in a critical section in WV for some reason I haven't figured out
yet.. Anyway, if WV has one then I might switch over instead
of spending more time on diagnostics..

Thx!

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Rick Flower

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May 6, 2010, 1:35:58 AM5/6/10
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On Wed, 5 May 2010 22:05:37 -0700 (PDT), Rick F <ri...@ca-flower.com>
wrote:
> I was just curious.. I am trying to get my app running with a
> connection pool class that worked fine in VW7.6 but gets stuck
> in a critical section in WV for some reason I haven't figured out
> yet.. Anyway, if WV has one then I might switch over instead
> of spending more time on diagnostics..

Ok. Solved my current problem but it might still be good to
know if WV has a connection pool -- my guess is no but someone
else might be curious..

-- Rick

Michael Lucas-Smith

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May 6, 2010, 3:10:27 AM5/6/10
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On 5/5/10 10:35 PM, Rick Flower wrote:
> On Wed, 5 May 2010 22:05:37 -0700 (PDT), Rick F<ri...@ca-flower.com>
> wrote:
>
>> I was just curious.. I am trying to get my app running with a
>> connection pool class that worked fine in VW7.6 but gets stuck
>> in a critical section in WV for some reason I haven't figured out
>> yet.. Anyway, if WV has one then I might switch over instead
>> of spending more time on diagnostics..
>>
> Ok. Solved my current problem but it might still be good to
> know if WV has a connection pool -- my guess is no but someone
> else might be curious..
>
>
Yep, Seaside-Glorp uses it by default, however it's not the drivers
native pooling eg: the pooling support you can get from the oracle client.

Michael
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