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From stev...@outerthought.org
Subject [WIKI-UPDATE] DatabaseConnectionOverview Sat May 24 23:00:04 2003
Date Sat, 24 May 2003 21:00:04 GMT
Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=DatabaseConnectionOverview , version: 5 on Sat
May 24 20:32:57 2003 by MichaelTiffany

- \\
+ 
- Some explanation of the tags:\\
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+ !Some explanation of the tags:
? +

- <jdbc name="some-named-connection"> : Is exactly what it sounds like; a named database
connection. The beauty of this approach to database connectivity lies in its simplicity. ''Needs
to be finished''\\
- <pool-controller> : ''To do''\\
- <driver> : ''If the driver was already loaded in __web.xml__ is it
- necessary to specify it here? I've read the 2.0.4 docs and they say no. But IMHO, it's desirable
to do so as reminder of the proper syntax for the dburl.'' 
- __all comments welcomed__\\
+ __<jdbc name="''some-named-connection-pool''">__  This tag creates a pool of database
connections. The name of the pool is specified by the value of the ''name'' parameter (e.g.
''some-named-connection-pool'').
+ 
+ __<pool-controller min="''minimum''" max="''maximum''">__ Determines the minimum and
maximum number of allowable database connections. There will always be at least ''min'' number
of database connections in the pool. For those not familiar with pools: If there are less
than the maximum allowable database connections in the pool __and__ the existing database
connections are unavailable (i.e. they are all currently being used by some process(es)) __and__
another process requests a database connection, the pool controller will create a new database
connection for the requesting process to use.
+ 
+ __<driver>__ The fully qualified class name of the driver Cocoon will use to connect
to the database.
+ 
- <dburl> : This is necessary for the driver to connect to the database. The url syntax
is not standardized among all vendors, so you must read the driver documentation. For example,\\
?        ^^

+ __<dburl>__ This is necessary for the driver to connect to the database. The url syntax
is not standardized among all vendors, so you must read the driver documentation. For example,\\
? ++       ^^

- MySQL uses ''jdbc:mysql://some.database.server/databasename''\\
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+ MySQL uses ''jdbc:mysql://some.database.server/databasename''
+ 
- <user> : the username needed to connect to the database\\
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+ __<user>__ the username needed to connect to the database
? ++      ^^

- <password> : the password needed to connecto to the database\\
?           ^^                                                --

+ __<password>__ the password needed to connecto to the database
? ++          ^^




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