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From Tom Klaasen <>
Subject Re: Datasource pooling issue. Connections exceed limit.
Date Tue, 18 Jun 2002 13:05:49 GMT
SANSONE, AARON M [AG-Contractor/1000] wrote:
> We are using a build of Cocoon from early March.  We connect to an Oracle
> database and have specified the connection pooling to use a minimum of 5
> connections and a max of 10 connections.  What we are seeing, is that our
> number of connections to Oracle grows with each new connection from Cocoon
> to our database way past 10 (we currently are looking at 55 connections). 
> Has anyone experienced this issue in either older versions or the current
> build?  Is this a known issue that has been resolved?  I have been unable to
> find any information in the archives on this issue.

Don't forget to close the connection in your code: conn.close(). This 
will not actually close the connection, but give it back to the pool.

At least, that's the way it was way back in September.


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